The Nokia N73 is one of the most iconic phones ever made by the Finnish company. Originally released in 2006, it was released with the now-defunct Symbian operating system.

Now it seems that Nokia is preparing to launch a new version of this device as part of its Android smartphone segment. And according to 91mobiles, it won’t do it for less.

Nokia N73 could arrive with 5 rear cameras

A rendering of the smartphone has surfaced online revealing its alleged rear design. As you can see in the image, the Nokia N73 should bet on a large island with no less than five cameras.

The great news of this equipment is that it can come with the 200 MP Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor. It should be remembered that this sensor was presented in September of last year, and both Samsung and Motorola plan to launch terminals with it.

Supposed rendering of the new Nokia N73
Supposed rendering of the new Nokia N73

This image shows us that the smartphone will supposedly have a black version, with rounded edges on the sides. In addition, the volume and power buttons are placed on the right margin.

The launch of this Nokia N73 should happen soon and as such we should have news about it. But although it has a 200 MP main sensor, it is not expected to be a true top of the range.

It is recalled that in March HMD Global said that high-end smartphones would no longer be part of the brand’s plans. Nokia’s rights holder claimed that “making an $800 phone doesn’t make sense” for the brand. We’ll see what this Nokia N73 holds for us.

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