Nokia announced a new launch date on its official website. In fact, there is no hint from Nokia about this promotion. However, it is possible that nokia phone models, details of which have recently emerged, will appear in the first week of April.
Which Nokia phone models will Nokia introduce at launch?
Nokia wants to enter 2021 quickly with its online promotion in the first week of April. In fact, the company introduced three mid- and entry-level smart models at the beginning of the year.
The announcement of this new promotion from the official site raised the expectations of Nokia users.
Nokia will make this new launch on Sunday, April 8th. Hmd Global will allegedly introduce the long-awaited Nokia 9.3 and G10 with this launch.
The Nokia G10 will be the first model the brand will release in the gaming phone class. However, it is important to remember that this model will appeal to the middle segment.
Although it is not official in this sense, some leaks have also appeared regarding the Nokia G10 processor. According to this claim, the model will feature a Snapdragon 775 G processor.
Among the phone models that excite Nokia users, 9.3 leads the way. The smartphone, which is expected to be the firm’s new flagship, will also be ambitious on the camera side. Accordingly, the flagship will come with five rear cameras, a Carl Zeiss lens and PureView technology.
Although these cameras are not fully obvious, there is a claim to a 108 Megapixel ultra wide angle camera and a main camera with a resolution of 64 Megapixels.
On the processor side of the flagship, there’s a chance it won’t come with the Snapdragon 888. The Finnish firm, which has recently come under fire for big layoffs, is looking to cut costs. In this sense, the Nokia 9.3 phone may have a Snapdragon 870 processor.
According to Nokia Anew, the company used graphene-based cooling on the Nokia 9.3 PureView. Nokia has many patents about this technology. This new cooling technology also has important features in terms of thermal conductivity.
Accordingly, a graphene-based film with a thickness of 20 micrometers has thermal conductivity of 1600 W/mk. These competitors are four times the thermal conductivity of copper and about seven times the aluminum.