Nokia N73 Render Reveals a Penta-Camera Setup and the Possibility of a 200MP ISOCELL HP1 Sensor.
The Nokia N73 may be one of the first phones to include a 200MP Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor.
Nokia used to be one of the best phone makers in the early 2000s, but when Google introduced the Android OS later that decade, Nokia decided not to make Android phones, which eventually led to the company's demise. However, the company made a comeback, and in recent years, we have seen Nokia launch budget phones, flagship phones, and even some feature phones in India and other global markets.
According to a new report from China, the company is preparing to launch the Nokia N73 smartphone in the coming days, and the upcoming smartphone will also include a large camera feature. For those who are unaware, Nokia released the N73 phone in 2006. The Nokia N73 is a popular phone that runs the Symbian operating system. The upcoming Nokia N73, on the other hand, will be a smartphone, and here's what we know so far.
Nokia N73 Could Feature 200MP Camera
According to the Chinese news website CNMO, the Nokia N73 smartphone is in the works, and a render of the device has been posted on the website. According to the render, the upcoming Nokia N73 will have a five-camera setup on the back, as well as two, LED flashes.
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We haven't seen many Penta-camera smartphones on the market yet, and this could be one of the first. The camera module shape on the device's back resembles a knife, and all five camera lenses appear to be surrounded by a red circle. N73 Nokia
According to the report, the N73 may also include a 200MP sensor manufactured by Samsung. The Samsung ISOCELL HP1, which was announced in September 2021, could be used in this device. The first smartphone with a 200MP camera is expected to be released in the second half of 2022. Motorola and Samsung phones with 200MP are expected to be available by 2023. More information about the Nokia N73 is still unknown.