Leaked images of the Nokia 9 shows its five rear cameras

Isaac Cain
September 9, 2018

It also comes with 3D curved glass back body. It can be seen that the notch has space just to house the selfie camera and earpiece.

Although the new image gives us a better look at the phone, it does come with a bit of suspicion.

After unveiling the Nokia 8 flagship smartphone with Snapdragon 835 in August previous year, HMD Global came up with the Nokia Sirocco with a premium looking design.

A new photograph, which probably shows Nokia 9, confirms the equipment of the future smartphone five photos modules, a scattering which occupies nearly the entire upper part of the back cover.

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The image suggests that the array hosts five lenses, an LED flash, and an IR focusing apparatus. That's five cameras, and all of them on the back. But since the original source has deleted the image, we can think that the leaked image and speculations might resemble the real design.

Nokia's Taiwanese division just posted a teaser of a new phone on its Facebook page.

The lenses are arranged in a circular pattern on the rear of the phone, with some very obvious Zeiss branding. However, the feature was recently removed on the Nokia 6.1 Plus, according to a thread on the Nokia community forum.

Offering the quality and style you expect from a Nokia phone, Nokia 2.1's sophisticated Nordic design and metallic accents guarantee that you will stand out from the crowd. There was a possibility that this handset can be introduced during the IFA 2018 event held in Berlin, but this has not happened. There is no fingerprint sensor at the back and Nokia is expected to either use an in-display fingerprint sensor or an infrared-based face unlock. If so, you can expect it to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. According to the leaked picture, Nokia 9 has 6 cutouts on the back panel.

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