Movies are called as “chalchitra” in Hindi which means, image that moves, or a group of images. This is the definition of movies in Hindi. And this is deemed correct, because in one of these “images of a movie,” there was an Easter Egg. The trailer for the new James Bond movie “No Time to Die” had an Easter Egg which is pointed towards a upcoming Nokia 7.3.
As you can see in the above image, this was the picture that many techies saw and discovered this hint as an instant gesture. (via-nokiamob.net) Nokia is the official mobile phone partner for the movie. When questioned about this phone, they agreed that this is the new Nokia 7.3 that they will be releasing anytime soon.
The company’s Chief Product Officer and Vice President for North America Juho Sarvikas said that he is excited and can’t wait. Although, he did not mention if he is talking about the phone or the movie or both. But as per our discretion, he is most probably talking about both. (We at least hope so.)
The design of the device on the table appeared similar to that of Nokia 5.3 and 8.3, but also Nokia 6.2 and 7.2. There is a unique positioning of the LED light on the device which makes it stand out from Nokia’s other models.
The trailer was released last year in December. Whereas, it has now been discovered that Nokia has left an easter egg for all of us. As to when the phone would be launching or when Nokia would officially announce its release, is quite unclear. But it is confirmed that this device would be called the Nokia 7.3.
Before this discovery also, there were many rumours about the Nokia 7.3 already. One was the high refresh rate of 120Hz and the second was the rumour of it being launched in September. Although, this is not confirmed yet.
This phone seems like a mixture of Nokia 5.3, 8.3, 6.2 and 7.2. So, this clearly means that using its earlier resources and knowledge, Nokia has created the 7.3. Let us hope that the rumour about this phone being launched next month in September is true. As the launch dates become clear, we are sure to get more lead on this device.