If you are familiar with the technologies of the early 2000s, you will not be able to forget an iconic product, the Nokia N73. This is the successor to the Nokia N70 that was launched earlier. It ran the Symbian operating system and became one of Nokia’s best-selling phones from 2006 to 2007.
Nokia N73 has a simple candy bar design but has some upgraded points compared to its predecessor N70. The N73, for example, has a 2.4-inch QVGA display (320 x 240 pixels), a big step up from the 208 x 176-inch screen on the Nokia N70. In addition, the machine also runs a newer version of Symbian.
Along with the expensive N70 and N95, N Series devices helped Nokia dominate the mobile phone market. Although Nokia’s dominance didn’t last long after the arrival of the iPhone and then Android, there’s no denying that these N Series devices were a whirlwind at the time.
Up to this point, the playing field now belongs to Apple, Samsung and Chinese smartphone companies. But recently, information has appeared that Nokia N73 may be about to reappear but with a different shape and different appearance.
Nokia N73 (2022) is not like the original
Nokia N73 version launching in 2022 is rumored to turn into a flagship smartphone. Some renders show the device will have a curved back, integrated a large camera facing up outside and some users describe mimicking the shape of a knife.
From the images, it can be clearly seen that the Nokia N73 (2022) if released to the market will be an impressive camera phone. The device has five rear cameras with two LED flash modules. In addition, the pink “rings” surrounding the lens will be an interesting design highlight.
The above images of the Nokia N73 come from the Tricky Tech YouTube channel. Of course, it’s still unclear if this is a real render or just a concept image. So the technology world will need more time to verify the existence of this machine, the 2022 version.
Ideas about the new version of Nokia N73 5G
Refer to Slashgear