New renderings of the same “series” emerge that allow us to better observe the device. Unfortunately, the images seem a bit ‘too compressed: you notice especially in the contours of the cameras and in the Nokia logo back. The source is however reliable.
Nokia 9 PureView is one of the most awaited news at the beginning of the year, and will be among the protagonists of the upcoming Mobile World Congress to be held in Barcelona later this month. After having talked about it for a long time at indiscretions (these, for example) and certifications (Bluetooth SIG and 3C the latest in terms of time), we are able to offer print renders that not only allow us to appreciate the smartphone more in detail, but in fact go to confirm the previous rumor, penta-camera included.
The same HMD Global had confirmed the photographic sector signed Zeiss in the teaser published as an invitation to the Catalan kermesse, and in these images we can appreciate the work done by the brand to bring to market a device that differs significantly from what has been proposed by the competition so far.
While maintaining marked upper and lower edges (there are no notches or holes in the display), Nokia 9 offers smaller side frames around the display, below which the fingerprint sensor is “hosted”. In the upper right corner – beside the word “Nokia” – we find the front camera, presumably from 12MP.
On the back shell (with rounded and rounded lines at the edges) you can not not immediately notice the camera, indeed, the cameras: 5 in total, plus the LED flash and the AF module. At the moment the roles of each sensor are not clear: it is not to be excluded that a primary cam, a wide-angle camera, a telephoto, a monochromatic sensor and a 3D ToF can coexist. We await confirmation (or denials) in this regard.
Among the specifications so far emerged, we recall the AMOLED 18: 9 display from 5.99 “2K, the Snapdragon 845 mobile platform, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and 18W fast charge. The operating system will be Android in the One version