Nokia N73 could soon make a comeback with a Penta rear camera setup, renders suggest

The Nokia N73 is making a comeback with a penta rear camera setup, sporting a 200-megapixel main sensor, according to a report. The original Nokia N73 was launched in 2006. Soon after its launch, the Symbian OS based model had become one of the most popular ‘smart’ phones of its time. Nokia brand licensee HMD Global may be looking to revive that success with the new Nokia N73. Renders suggesting the rumored phone’s penta camera setup have appeared online – ahead of its official confirmation.

The Chinese CNMO has reported the details of the new Nokia N73. The phone is said to be in the pipeline with the 200-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HP1 primary sensor which was announced in September 2021 and is expected to be available on the Motorola Frontier which is expected to debut this week.

The news site also shared some renders to suggest the design of the new Nokia N73. One of the renders shows the penta camera setup on the phone, where two secondary camera modules appear to be identical in size, while the other three are distinct from each other. The camera setup is also paired with dual LED flash as seen in the render.

Notably, HMD Global released its first penta camera phone called the Nokia 9 PureView in 2019. This phone was able to grab attention specifically for its uniquely designed circular camera placement. However, it faced software issues – at least initially – due to the odd camera system.

The renders shared by the Chinese source also suggest the new Nokia N73 in a black color option and with curved edges. The phone also appears to have a volume rocker and a power button on one side.

Exact details on when we might see the new Nokia N73 in reality have yet to be revealed. The Finnish manufacturer has not yet provided official details on its new model. So it’s safe to take the reported details with a pinch of salt for now.

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