The Nokia 9 PureView, since it would be his name, has become a true sea serpent. While it has been months since we expected an official announcement of the art of HMD, the smartphone manages to be always as discreet. But we can now get a good idea of what it will look like via this video rendering available at the end of the article and made by 91Mobiles in partnership with OnLeaks.
The opportunity to admire the 5 camera sensors of the Nokia 9 from several angles. The setup on the back is really very special, the modules being arranged so as to form a hexagon with the LED Flash. It remains to be seen whether it will be effective or whether it is primarily a marketing move by HMD.
We also note the presence of a screen without notch (but not borderless) which should measure 5.9 inches with a ratio of 18: 9 and QHD + definition. Otherwise, is expected a fingerprint sensor under the screen and a USB-C port, while the 3.5mm jack should not be in the game.
The leaked data obtained make it clear that the novelty has received the code name Olympic, which is very symbolic for this model. As you know, 5 intertwined rings are symbols of the Olympic Games, and the new flagship from HMD Global has just the same number of cameras on the rear panel. In addition, it became known that the Nokia 9 PureView is running on the Android 9.0 Pie OS.
According to the information that previously appeared on the network, the new flagship brand Nokia has a 5.9-inch display with an integrated fingerprint scanner. In the arsenal of the smartphone, the Snapdragon 845 chipset, 4/6GB of RAM, 128GB flash drive, proprietary OZO Audio technology and Zeiss optics in the main camera.
The release of the Nokia 9 PureView is estimated at the beginning of the year 2019, it could suffer from a lack of performance in comparison with the other high-end, which will all go to a chip engraved in 7nm in the coming months.
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