Nokia 9.3 PureView may take on OnePlus 8 Pro 5G with 120Hz display

Nokia 9.3 PureView may take on OnePlus 8 Pro 5G with 120Hz display
The Nokia 9.3 PureView is already shaping up quite nicely despite being around five months away. Information about the complex camera system leaked out recently and today an important detail about the display has emerged.

A super smooth 120Hz display with slim bezels


Tipster Nokia Anew has an impressive track record when it comes to Nokia leaks. In their latest Tweet, they claim HMD Global is planning a super smooth 120Hz display for the upcoming Nokia 9.3 PureView.

That should help position the flagship as a more direct competitor to the Galaxy S20 Ultra and OnePlus 8 Pro, especially when combined with the rumored all-screen design that may use either punch-hole or in-screen camera technology.

Ensuring users can take full advantage of the smooth experience should be the high-end Snapdragon 865 chipset alongside stock Android 10 as part of the Android One program. The presence of the former means 5G network support is to be expected too.

Another exciting Nokia 9.3 PureView feature could be the penta-camera system on the rear. HMD Global is reportedly working on the setup with a new partner and plans to use a 108-megapixel ultra-wide-angle shooter coupled with a 64-megapixel main camera.

Also included are dedicated telephoto, depth, and macro cameras alongside a new 48-megapixel selfie sensor.

The flagship Nokia 9.3 PureView looks set to go official later this year alongside the Nokia 7.3. This will happen at a dedicated event held in August or September if the plans don’t change.

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