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The Nokia 8.3, Nokia 7.3, and Nokia 6.3 all draw closer to release

The Nokia 8.3. (Source: HMD Global via Clove)
The Nokia 8.3. (Source: HMD Global via Clove)
HMD Global is set to launch a bunch of smartphones in the coming months. Of the lot, the Nokia 2.4, Nokia 6.3, Nokia 7.3, and Nokia 8.3 have all been spotted on certification websites, with the first three likely slated to be launched in the US and Canada.

HMD Global seems to be having an uneasy time these days, with some of its phones facing what appear to be stumbling blocks on their journey towards launch. Last we heard, the Nokia 6.3, Nokia 7.3, and Nokia 9.3 PureView could potentially be delayed until Q1 2021, but new information has now surfaced about the first two.

According to a new report by NokiaPowerUser, the Nokia 6.3 and Nokia 7.3 have now been certified. To be exact, the TA-1277 variants of the Nokia 6.3, Nokia 7.3, and Nokia 2.4 have been spotted on a Canadian certification website. This, of course, means the phones are getting closer to launch. It also implies a North American release, with Canada and the US likely to receive the new Nokia 5G phones.

The Nokia 2.4, Nokia 6.3, and Nokia 7.3 have also been spotted on a Russian certification website. This time out, however, they're joined by the Nokia 8.3 5G. The Nokia 8.3 5G was unveiled by HMD Global months ago but is yet to hit store shelves. It is, however, already available on pre-order in the EU and UK.

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Ricci Rox, 2020-07-26 (Update: 2020-07-26)
Ricci Rox
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I'm a freelance copywriter who lives and dies for tech. Android, ​especially. The smartphone market is one going through an impressive growth spurt, so I crawl the Internet with keen interest in a technological ecosystem that doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon.