Leaked Nokia 9 Renders and Video Show 5 Rear Cameras

Leaked Nokia 9 Renders and Video Show 5 Rear Cameras

Nokia 9 has been in the rumor mill for nearly a year now with HMD taking its sweet time to release the flagship.

91Mobiles and Onleaks, both famous leakers, have released a 360 degree render video and images to give us a better idea about the upcoming smartphone.

Nokia 9 was rumored to come with 5 (!) cameras on the back, and the concept renders show them in all their glory. Take a look,

The most we’ve had until now is 4 rear cameras (Samsung Galaxy A9), so it seems kind of outlandish to have 5 cameras.

From what we’ve heard so far, HMD had got ownership of some of Nokia’s PureView patents, hinting at a possible PureView phone coming soon. Nokia 9 was the most likely contender, but these renders paint a different picture.

Not only do the cameras lack the PureView branding they come with a small Zeiss branding instead.

91Mobiles and Onleaks are both on point with their leaks and rumors, so it’s highly likely that we won’t see a PureView Nokia 9.

Here are some pictures to give you a better look at the phone.

Leaked Specifications

Other leaked details about the phone mention a 5.9″ QHD+ resolution 19:9 aspect ratio display. There is no capacitive fingerprint sensor on the Nokia 9, instead, it uses an under-display version.

There is no notch on this, thankfully, and it has a single selfie camera.

It lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack, with a single USB-C port at the bottom. Also, it features a glass back, with support for wireless charging.

On the inside, the Nokia 9 will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.

As for its battery, it will come with a 4,150 mAh unit, which is impressive for a flagship.

Photography Focus

Most flagship smartphones focused on improving photography in some way, with the recent Pixel 3 phones using an AI-coprocessor to do the job. With its 5 cameras, HMD might have an ace up its sleeve with the Nokia 9.

Watch this space for more on Nokia 9.

Via GSMArena