Now, a leaked promo of the smartphone has surfaced courtesy of My Smart Price. This also reveals that the smartphone will feature an OLED because, at this stage, only such displays are compatible with in-screen fingerprint readers.
Finally the Nokia 9 PureView will have wireless charging and will run Android One, based on Android 9. This unique camera setup with lenses that have different focal lengths will turn Nokia 9 into a a miniature zoom camera. The picture shows the Nokia 9 PureView with glass back, five cameras on the rear panel. Firstly, we know that the penta-camera system will include Zeiss optics. It can capture images with 10x more light compared to traditional smartphones.
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The Nokia 9 PureView is equipped with a 5.99-inch PureDisplay with support for HDR10. This, if true, will make the Nokia 9 PureView the first in-display fingerprint sensor phone from HMD. It seems to support an aspect ratio of 18:9. Additionally, the phone looks to have a LED flash - possibly a dual LED flash - and maybe even a seventh sensor. It will be packed with various Google provided features such as Google Photos, Google Lens and Google Assistant. After much rumour and speculation, we have the first renders of what could be an insane-looking phone coming from Nokia. As for hardware specifications, because the Nokia 9 PureView was meant to launch in 2018 and not 2019, it will retain the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and not the newly launched Snapdragon 855. It will be arriving with an inbuilt storage of 128 GB. The Nokia flagship is slated to release in the last week of January, 2019. The latest development follows numerous reports in the recent past about the flagship-level smartphone.