Rumors suggest that Nokia is on the verge of revealing at least two new smartphones. These are believed to be the Nokia 7.3 and a new flagship of the Finnish brand.
What is certain is that the brand is preparing to reach a new milestone with regard to the batteries used in its smartphones. According to the new rumors, Nokia will launch a device with a 4500mAh battery and another with 5000mAh.
Nokia never released a smartphone with a 5000mAh battery
Even without knowing which models will be included with these cells, there is a fact that is remarkable for Nokia’s history. For the first time, the Finnish brand is preparing to launch a smartphone with a 5000mAh battery.
So far, the equipment with the largest battery in the brand’s portfolio is the Nokia 8.3 5G. This model uses a 4500mAh cell, which means it will be matched by one of the company’s new models.
Nokia 7.3 and Nokia 9.3 should be the brand new smartphones
The news that reaches us today does not specify which models will use these new batteries. However, it is known that Nokia is preparing a new middleman and possibly a new top of the range,
Therefore, it is likely that the 4500mAh battery is intended for the new Nokia 7.3. Its next top of the range – Nokia 9.3 – should be the one with the largest battery ever used by the brand (5000mAh).
It is also speculated that this increase in the cells of these devices has something to do with the refresh rates of their screens. Especially because Juho Sarivkas hinted that Nokia is preparing to launch a model with a 90Hz or 120Hz screen.
A few weeks ago, it was said that Nokia would not let 2020 end without introducing Nokia 7.3 and Nokia 9.3. A few days before the end of the year, we still do not know of any Finnish presentation event, so it starts to be unlikely that these revelations will happen.
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