Nokia may launch the 7.3 (and 9.3) in the third quarter of 2020
Nokia's launch schedule has reportedly been disrupted by the ongoing public health crisis. This may mean that the already-delayed successor to the 9 PureView flagship phone may be even more sluggish in its arrival. The latest word on this situation is that this device will be unveiled some time between July and August 2020.
It may do so alongside the 7.3, the 7.2's rumored successor. This phone is currently thought to have 4 rear cameras, the main shooter of which will be 48MP in resolution. The leaks that surround this phone also suggest it will have a screen measuring 6.3 inches at least along its diagonal and may be FHD+ in resolution.
The 7.3 may have a 4000mAh battery, and have a Snapdragon 7-series SoC. On that note, it is possible that this phone may have a 5G version. This collection of arguably standard-issue mid-tier smartphone specs is projected to cost €399 (US$436) for a 6GB RAM/64GB storage variant.