Nokia 9 has now been spotted through 5K image renders and a 360-degree video, as reported by 91mobiles. The latest leaks of the phone were shared by tipster @OnLeaks, which shows more details of the phone’s five-camera setup. Nokia 9 is expected to launch early next year, and could be the first phone to come with PureView branding.
Through the latest renders, seven sensors are visible at the back, packed in a hexagonal pattern, with one sensor placed at the center. Of these, the topmost sensor and the bottom sensors, totaling five in all, are of the Nokia 9’s rear camera configuration. These cameras can be seen with Zeiss branding, with the configuration expected to consist of a telephoto lens, a wide-angle lens, and a depth-sensing camera, besides other cameras. Besides this, the renders show a dual-LED flash module at the top left, as well as an additional sensor at the top right. The latter could include a proximity sensor, though details of the same remain sketchy.
Other design details visible on the phone is an all-glass body, with a metal finish frame along the edges. The phone’s display does come with visible bezels on all sides, as well as a noticeable ‘chin’. At the side, one can spot the volume control and power button, while the SIM card tray has been shifted to the top. Nokia 9 is also expected to feature stereo speakers and a type-C USB port, spotted at the bottom, but no 3.5mm headphone jack. Antenna bands run along the top and bottom of the phone.
Of the known specifications, Nokia 9 PureView is likely to have a 5.8-inch QHD display in an 18:9 screen aspect ratio. The phone will run Android Pie out of the box, and could feature the Snapdragon 845 processor as well as a 4150mAh battery. Nokia 9 could also have an in-display fingerprint sensor, besides the Face Unlock feature. It could offer up to 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal memory.