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Nokia 9.2/9.3 PureView launch delayed yet again, launching in H2 2020 | Report

06 April 2020 0

The future of the Nokia 9 PureView successor is unknown, especially when the reports available on its existence present very vague information. It was first reported that Nokia 9.1 PureView is coming as the successor to the Nokia 9 PureView but later on it came to notice that such a device’s name doesn’t exist anymore. It was then concluded by citing some anonymous sources that HMD Global is rather bringing the Nokia 9.2 PureView. But that wasn’t enough to make us all confused and thus another report arrived, stating that Nokia 9.3 PureView is coming rather.

Well, keeping the naming convention aside, there is nothing much to conclude about the phone as well. With no tangible details in hand, we continue to learn about the delays of the phone, that may not even exist. But from time to time, some reports keep the conversations alive and make us believe that the company is indeed planning to launch a viable successor to the Nokia 9 PureView.

Now, a fresh report from NokiaPowerUser claims that the Nokia 9.2 or the Nokia 9.3 PureView will launch in the second half of 2020. And, the delay is due to the unavoidable and undeniable Coronavirus pandemic. The deadliest disease has impacted the whole world in many serious ways and the delay to the highly controversial Nokia 9 PureView successor is intelligible.

Previously, it was reported that the Nokia 9.2/9.3 PureView will launch in H1 2020 but this has been delayed yet again.

The Nokia 9.2/9.3 PureView will apparently sport a Snapdragon 865 processor and have multiple cameras just like its predecessor. Expect a 2K HD display to come with Gorilla Glass 6 protection. It is also rumored that the Nokia 9.2/9.3 can feature an under-display camera as well.



Nokia 9.2/9.3 PureView launch delayed yet again, launching in H2 2020 | Report
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