Fresh information came from the certification bureau TUV Rheinland Japan, on the website of which there were certificates for the batteries of two Nokia models.
One of them with almost one hundred percent probability is the Nokia 7.3. This model has a capacity of 5050mAh. Another device, presumably Nokia 6.3 (or 6.4), has a slightly lower capacity – 4470mAh.
There are currently rumors that the Nokia 7.3 will use Qualcomm’s fresh chip, the Snapdragon 690; which is a cheap way to get connected to the 5G network. The decision is logical – the company does not want to step on the heels of a more advanced model, Nokia 8.3 5G, which uses the Snapdragon 765G chipset.
The ability to connect to fifth-generation networks may explain the need to add a more capacious battery to Nokia 7.3 than in the 6.3. Otherwise, according to rumors, the two devices will be very similar to each other.
Earlier rumors indicated that the Nokia 6.3 will have a 24MP main lens and 12MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, plus two more modules; while the 7.3 will have a 48MP camera.
Nokia phones are the most trusted devices on Counterpoint ranking
HMD Global may not be having the best of the years since the revival of Nokia smartphones. However, this is pretty much understandable since the company suffered during Q1 and Q2 in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the disruption in the market. The Finnish company has postponed several of its smartphones and we’re still here waiting for the highly-anticipated flagship Nokia 9.3 PureView. Despite this, Nokia still rocks solid as one of the most trustable companies for some customers. That is what says Counterpoint Research. According to the research firm, Nokia tops the chart on its “Trust Ranking” for smartphone companies.
Counterpoint’s ranking evaluates four important segments – Software update frequency, security updates, build quality, and devices recommended for enterprises. Nokia has been doing a solid job by keeping its smartphones up to date and safe with regular security patches. In fact, we can say that Nokia is the only company that really succeeded with the Android One program. First of all, all eligible Nokia smartphones are currently running Android 10. The company has a total of 20 smartphones running Android 10. OnePlus comes in second with just 7 devices. So we can say that HMD Global is doing a stellar job here. One can say that this is due to the Android One program. Well, Xiaomi proves that Android One devices can be a mess.