HMD Global is still trying to launch three new Nokia phones before Christmas. But whether she will succeed in that is another matter entirely. The smartphones in question are Nokia 6.3, Nokia 7.3 5G and Nokia 9.3 PureView, a newly released report.
All these names should be already familiar to anyone who keeps up with the latest Android smartphone releases. Because we were waiting for them to hit the market – any market – in the better part of this year.
This is especially true of the frequently lagging Nokia 9.3 PureView. Previously reported as “Nokia 10”, this device was supposed to debut this month … even if it wasn’t. And if this is the flagship from any less established manufacturer, it will already be rated as vaporware so far.
Nokia 7.3 5G is also not a mystery at this point. All that remains is for HMD to announce this along with pricing and availability details. Same for the Nokia 6.3 mid-ranger, it is perhaps the most interesting of the trio. At least from the standpoint of commercial sales potential.
Since it is extremely unlikely that HMD will be able to make an impact in the high-end smartphone market. But value-oriented mid-goalkeepers are a whole other ball game.
The timing of the launch of any new Nokia phones is not entirely in HMD’s hands
It goes without saying that HMD will do well to launch all three of its smartphones as soon as possible. Regardless of the exact list of markets that you intend to target with any one model. Because the holiday season is by far the most profitable period of the year for consumer electronics companies around the world.
Other than that, another round of serious delays will push Nokia 6.3, Nokia 7.3 5G and Nokia 9.3 PureView into early 2021. This would leave the entire X.3 range dead on arrival. Especially in the case of Nokia 9.3 PureView; Not only is the post-holiday not the ideal time of year to sell anything of great value, but also because of the fact that Samsung is rushing to buy the Galaxy S21 family.
Either way, this whole situation is largely out of HMD’s control. although Transfer It does not explicitly explain the latest change of plans. As one look at the state of the global smartphone industry. Even the world’s largest smartphone makers have seen their supply chains shaken to the core of everything that’s been happening throughout 2020. So, it is no wonder that a significantly smaller company like HMD is struggling to meet its goals in the overall consumer market but hopefully we’ll see the Nokia Android family expand. Before Christmas as more options are always good news for consumers.