Nokia N75 Max specs: 16GB RAM, 7900mAh Battery!

Nokia N75 Max is on its way with amazing specs like 16GB RAM, 7900mAh battery. Scroll down for further information on the Nokia N75 Max specs!

Nokia N75 Max specs

Nokia N75 Max specs

According to our source, the Finnish brand has been preparing for the arrival of many new Nokia series such as Nokia Beam, Nokia Edge, and Nokia Maze. Furthermore, the company is reportedly going to launch a brand new premium Android model of their iconic Nokia N75 device under a new name: Nokia N75 Max! Concerning the display, the Nokia N75 Max specs offer a 6.8-inch IPS LCD with 4K resolution. Additionally, this phone sports a tall 19:9 aspect ratio.

Meanwhile, speaking of the hardware department, the Nokia device takes power from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, coupled with the Adreno 610 GPU as the processor. In addition, in terms of storage, this phone has 8GB/ 12GB/ 16GB of RAM and 128GB/ 256GB/ 512GB of onboard storage (expandable to 512GB). As for the color options, this Nokia phone arrives in Blue and Silver. Next, let’s talk about the photography system!

Nokia N75 Max specs

Around the back, this Nokia N75 camera features quad sensors. It comprises of a 48MP primary lens + 5MP ultra-wide sensor + 2MP macro camera + 2MP depth sensor. At the front, there is a single 32MP sensor for taking selfies and video calling. Furthermore, this phone rocks a decent 7900mAh battery cell. It comes equipped with 66W fast charging technology. On the software front, the Nokia handset ships with Android 12 as the operating system. Lastly, other connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPRS, and more…

Nokia N75 Max release date and price

As we learned, this Nokia phone is going to launch in the first quarter of next year. Meanwhile, speaking of the cost, the Nokia N75 Max price starts around Rs. 32,074 ~ $430. What are your thoughts on this Nokia smartphone? Are you planning to buy this Nokia device? Drop us a comment section below to share your opinion about this Nokia smartphone?