Nokia 9 PureView leaks in high-quality image

Isaac Cain
January 1, 2019

The company's Nokia 9 PureView handset will feature a penta-lens setup with ZEISS optics on the back.

Nokia is expected to officially announce this device at MWC this year. The image also shows it will be another handset to feature an in-display fingerprint reader.

Instead, the Nokia 9 looks to have small, but balanced borders on top and bottom, dual selfie cams, and an indicator light of some sort.

However, the current design appears to be slightly different. Meanwhile, the notch is missing from the recently leaked renders.

Beyond the camera, the 5.99-inch Quad HD resolution display is pretty much confirmed as well and we now know that the display will be HDR 10 compliant. It's not an edge-to-edge panel, though. It also features an in-display fingerprint sensor.

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"MySmartPrice" is the source for this leaked (oddly portrait) promo video for the upcoming Nokia 9 PureView, embedded below. The video also tauts high levels of detail with the camera being able to capture five images simultaneously. Borrowing a bit from the Nokia 8 Sirocco's design, the Nokia 9 will apparently sport a glass-sandwich design with subtly curvy sides similar to a Samsung Galaxy S8 or S9. Simply put, it will run a pure version of Android with guaranteed software updates. The leak also suggests that the smartphone will be a part of Android One group of phones and will come with Android 9 out-of-the-box. Nokia 9 PureView is code-named "Olympic". One cutput is for the LED flash and the other one is the proximity sensor. Each of the seven circular cutouts, arranged in what looks like a circle, appears to have the same size.

Congratulations to our partners and friends at @zeisslenses.

It's a new year, and with a new year will come new smartphones. It's possible we will get to see the launch of the product sometime this month, or Nokia could be revealing it at Mobile World Congress in February.

Nokia could be kicking off 2019 with the launch of a big new product.

The lock screen shown off in the picture has no discernible cheeky reference to a launch date, though there's a very remote chance that October 1's inverse date, January 10th, may be used.

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