HMD Global’s Nokia has been excessively releasing its premium smartphones this year. All the models launched varied from a budget smartphone to a mid-range segment. Albeit the vast range of premium smartphones from Nokia, there’s been a new development about its much-anticipated Penta lens cameras phone supposedly the Nokia 9, which is considered to be the flagship from Nokia.
A new report showcases the upcoming Nokia 9 renders with the Penta lens cameras on the rear. Along with the five cameras, the render showcases a LED flash, and a sensor, the purpose of it is yet to be known. The report further states that these five sensors might include a telephoto lens, a wide-angle lens, and a depth-sensing camera. The conventional Zeiss branding can also be seen in the leaked renders.
On the front, there’s no notch display before what we have seen earlier released Nokia phones such as Nokia 5.1 Plus and the 6.1 Plus. This display appears to be of 18:9 aspect ratio. Overall build seems to be in a glass finish resembling the earlier released Nokia phones’ build.
Apart from the new five-cameras setup in the renders, the fingerprint scanner can nowhere be seen, which suggests that the new Nokia 9 might come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, kind of similar to what we have seen in the earlier released OnePlus 6T.
The leaked Nokia 9 renders showcase a single front-facing camera on the top and volume rockers along with the power button on the right of the display. A USB Type-C can also be seen at the bottom. Alongside there’s no 3.5mm headphone jack as well, which means this would be another flagship Android phone to ditch the standard 3.5mm jack.
The Nokia 9 is expected to launch early next year with top-of-the-line specs along with Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box.
And lastly, there’s been another report featuring the Nokia 9 as – the Nokia 9 PureView and also revealed the phone’s code name that appeared in the metadata called – ‘Olympic.’ The Olympics has five rings resembling the five cameras on the Nokia 9.