Nokia N73 with 5 cameras reportedly in the works, concept renders surfaces
Back in March, HMD Global confirmed that it is not planning to launch a flagship or premium smartphone anytime soon. However, contrary to that, a new report is suggesting that the company is working on a flagship-tier smartphone.
According to the Chinese news site, CNMO, Nokia is working on a new smartphone with the N73 moniker. For those unaware, the brand has previously released a smartphone with the same N73 moniker back in 2006 which was quite popular at the time.
The supposed upcoming smartphone has also received some concept renders showcasing a flat top and curved sides. The camera module is shaped like a knife’s tip and houses a five-camera setup along with a dual flash module. The primary camera has the biggest lens and there are four other lenses aligned vertically below it.
The report states that the smartphone could feature a 200MP sensor made by Samsung. For those unaware, Samsung launched the ISOCELL HP1 200-megapixel image sensor with a 0.64μm pixel sensor back in September 2021. However, the 200-megapixel sensor is yet to make a debut on any smartphone. These specs and renders are still rumored and unconfirmed, so we expect readers to take it with a pinch of salt.
Separately, Motorola is expected to launch the first 200-megapixel smartphone dubbed the Motorola Frontier. The smartphone is rumored to come with the Samsung HP1 200-megapixel image sensor.
The new sensor features an all-new ChameleonCell technology, a pixel-binning technology that uses a two-by-two, four-by-four, or full pixel layout depending on the environment. It can take 8K videos at 30fps with minimum loss in the field of view.