Nokia 6.3 renders shows four cameras and fingerprint scanner in the side


The successor to the Nokia 6.2 can be seen on leaked renders. The upcoming device, which will be called the Nokia 6.3 or 6.4, will have a slightly larger screen, four cameras on the back and a fingerprint scanner in the side.

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‘These are the first Nokia 6.3 renders’

The images appeared on it Voice channel from the well-known tasty Steve Hemmerstoffer. It is still unknown with what name the manufacturer is putting the new device on the market. Hemmerstoffer is talking about the Nokia 6.3 or 6.4. It is certain that this is the successor to the Nokia 6.2.

The renders are based on so-called blueprints, or drawings from the factory that are used during the production process. The screen of the upcoming phone will be slightly larger than its predecessor: 6.45 inches. The Nokia 6.2 is still equipped with a 6.3 inch display. It is a flat display with a small water drop notch in which the front camera is hidden.

Nokia 6.3 render

Indeed, four cameras are present on the back, as we wrote before. These are incorporated in a round circle and the double LED flash is placed underneath. Hemmerstoffer does not mention details about those cameras. Previous rumors mentioned another main sensor from 24 megapixel, 12 megapixel wide-angle lens and macro camera and depth sensor for respectively close-ups and portrait photos.

A big difference with the Nokia 6.2 is the location of the fingerprint scanner. This can no longer be found on the back, but moved to the on / off button on the right. There are also the volume buttons, while the left side has a special button to call up the Google Assistant. The headphone jack can be found at the top and the device measures approximately 164.9 by 76.8 by 9.2 millimeters.

Nokia 6.3 render

In terms of specifications of the processor, storage or working memory, battery or Android version, we read nothing new. Given its predecessor, it will be a device in the middle segment with accompanying hardware. It does seem likely that the device runs on Android 11 out of the box.

‘Presentation in the first part of 2021’

Finally, the presentation would take place in the first months of this year. Earlier it was stated that the device would see the light of day in 2020. Due to the corona pandemic, many device releases have been postponed, which was also the case with the Nokia 8.3 5G. That specific device was presented in March and only came on the market in October.

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