Nokia 6.3/6.4 appears in renders with quad camera and notched display

Sagar, 08 January 2021

The Nokia 6.3 we've been hearing about since last May was expected to be unveiled by the end of 2020. But that didn't happen, and while we wait for an official word from HMD about it, renders of what will be called the Nokia 6.3 or 6.4 have been shared by OnLeaks, who says the smartphone will go official before April.

The Nokia 6.3/6.4 looks similar to the Nokia 6.2 and packs a waterdrop notch display that measures 6.45" diagonally. The smartphone shares the circular camera island with the 6.2, but it now houses four cameras, and the LED flash has been moved outside the module.

Nokia 6.3/6.4 appears in renders with quad camera and notched display

The source didn't detail the cameras, but previous leaks claim the Nokia 6.3 will feature a 16MP selfie shooter, and the camera system on the back will comprise a 24MP primary, 12MP ultrawide, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth sensor units.

The fingerprint scanner that was present on the back below the cameras on the 6.2 is now embedded in the power button located on the right side of the phone's frame below the volume keys.

Nokia 6.3/6.4 appears in renders with quad camera and notched display

On the left side of the 6.3/6.4 is the SIM card slot and a dedicated Google Assistant button, and at the bottom is the USB-C port flanked by the microphone and speaker. The 3.5mm headphone jack is located at the top.

Nokia 6.3/6.4 Nokia 6.3/6.4
Nokia 6.3/6.4

The Nokia 6.3 is rumored to come with a Snapdragon 67x or a Snapdragon 730 SoC, and the base model with 3GB RAM and 64GB storage is said to have an average global retail price of €249. Although this information is over six months old and plans may have changed.



Reader comments

GSMarena was lazy with this, I don't believe that this will be the design 😂 even their cheap phones of late 2020 look much more modern, so clearly next 6 series phone will look better

  • Can
  • 13 Feb 2021
  • n7q

I had Nokia 6 too. But I could only use it for 1 year before I was fed up with how slow the CPU was. Other than that it was a really good phone. Then I switched to Nokia 7 Plus which I still use.

  • ike
  • 25 Jan 2021
  • pdH

I've happily used my 6.1 from early 2018 until now, but have to look for a replacement once the update support is over. I hope they would make at least one phone with reasonably good features but still also compact enough to be carried in pocket...

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