HMD Global is reviving the Nokia N73 with fresh features for the modern age
It looks like Nokia N73 fans are in for some cool excitement. Going by what we hear, the N73 could make a comeback soon, with some awesome features added.
It is being said that the Nokia N73 will come with a penta rear camera setup. Adding to the excitement is the fact that it would be a 200-megapixel primary sensor. After its first arrival way back in 2006, the Nokia N73’s second coming would be an event to mark your calendar, of course. When it had first arrived, it was touted as one of the most popular Symbian OS-based ‘smart’ phones then. The success has been phenomenal that Nokia phone maker HMD Global thought of a revival.
The official confirmation is yet awaited, but looking at the renderings that have surfaced online, it needs to be believed that the penta camera set up would be its selling point this time around. The web suggests that the phone will sport a 200-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HP1 primary sensor.
Nokia N73 to have Penta camera set up
Going by the images that have appeared online, we need to expect a modern design for the revived N73. A penta camera setup can be seen, where two secondary camera modules are placed in identical size. But the other three look different from each other. The renders also show a dual LED flash paired with the shooter.
We need to expect the Nokia N73 to appear in a Black garb and could have curved edges. The side shows slots for a volume rocker and a power button.
However, exact details are still awaited. Let’s wait to know more on this device.