HMD Global, which makes Nokia phones, has not produced a flagship phone under the Nokia brand, and the company even stated that it does not plan to make high-end Nokia phones soon. However, now one report suggests that this company is working on a high-end device.
The Chinese portal CNMO states that HMD Global is working on a Nokia flagship phone with the name Nokia N73. Most of us remember the legendary Nokia N73 from 2006, so this may be another way for HMD Global to interest the public in a flagship phone named one of the legendary Nokia phones.
This phone has appeared on concept renders. They revealed that the phone has a curved screen and five cameras on the back. The cameras are in an exciting cutout that seems to be fused to the phone’s right side. There is also a double LED flash in this cutout.
The report states that the primary sensor of the camera could be Samsung’s 200 MP ISOCELL HP1. Last year, Samsung introduced this camera sensor, but it has not yet debuted on a single smartphone. It is a sensor that uses an entirely new ChameleonCell technology. This pixel merge technology uses a two-by-two, four-by-four, or complete pixel layout, depending on the environment. This camera sensor is capable of recording 8K videos at 30 frames.
HMD Global introduced the latest Nokia flagship phone in early 2019. Then the Nokia 9 PureView was introduced. This phone, among other things, comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip, a 5.99 ”OLED screen, five cameras on the back, and a 3320 mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging.