The Business Inside: Nokia 6.3, 7.3, 9.3 PureView might debute in Q4 ; LAVA launched India’s Original Ringtone

The Nokia 8.3 5G is now available in Europe for purchase, and it is HMD’s first Global 5G-capable smartphone in the market. Now speculations are going around that Nokia 9.3 PureView and 7.3 mid-rangers could be the next 5G smartphones from the Finnish brand. According to reports, they are also working on the 6.3 version of the Nokia smartphone. The officials that are keeping a close watch on the developments of Nokia 6.3, 7.3 5G, and 9.3 PureView 5G, has reported that all these smartphones will make their debut in Q4 2020.

The development work of all these phones is almost complete. The firm will soon start the final testing phase and begin the production process in September or October. There are also chances that the Finnish firm may also launch Nokia 2.4 and 3.4 in September.


Earlier, it was also reported that 9.3 PureView might have Snapdragon 865. There will be a world-class Penta-lens camera setup on its rear. It will support a 120Hz refresh rate and may have an under-screen camera technology.

In the meantime, LAVA, the Indian origin smartphone company launched India’s very-first original ringtone to counter the Chinese-maker in the market. As the Boycott of Chinese Products is bringing the revolutionary change, LAVA is going head-to-head with other brands. Right now, it’s the only brand to launch back-to-back budget smartphones that are giving a tight competition to Redmi, Oppo, Vivo, and other smartphone brands.

On the occasion of India’s 74th Independence Day, LAVA launch a #ProudlyIndian tune – ‘Desh Ki Apni Dhun.’ It highlights the core of the brand, a feeling of being Proud Indian. The video introduced LAVA’s unique signature tune, and we can hear the real sounds of India. The video campaign emphasizes on the fact that the company has nurtured its roots on Indian Soil, and understands the diversity & uniqueness of the country and its people.

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