“The Nokia 9 is expected to be a flagship offering with a Snapdragon 845 SoC and 8GB of RAM”
Several reports in the past few months have indicated that HMD Global is working on a new Nokia smartphone that could flaunt five cameras at the back. We have already seen a handful of leaks regarding the handset, including a couple of sketches. If the reports are to be believed, this particular phone will arrive as the Nokia 9 flagship. Now, a purported live image of the Nokia 9 has surfaced that shows off the penta-camera module of the handset.
If the leaked image is to be believed, the Nokia 9 could be the world’s first smartphone to flaunt five cameras at the back. Three shooters of the handset are placed vertically, while there is one camera on each side. Two similar circular modules contain an LED flash unit and what is expected to be an IR sensor. ZEISS branding is also present at the rear.
As for the other details, the image suggests that the phone could flaunt a glass back panel. Since a fingerprint sensor isn’t present at the rear, we can expect the handset to offer an in-display fingerprint scanner. There also are chances that HMD Global could introduce its 3D face unlock technology with the Nokia 9, but nothing is officially confirmed at the moment.
According to the earlier reports, the Nokia 9 will sport a 5.9-inch quad-HD OLED display. The smartphone could be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, aided by 8GB of RAM. No other details regarding the phone’s specs or its availability are known at the moment.