Leaked image shows a Nokia smartphone with five camera lenses

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The quest for innovation in the smartphone market drives some interesting ideas, the latest of which is starting to make the back of this smartphone look like a spider staring you down. The front sports a large display and there is a notch on the top that houses the front-facing camera and an earpiece.

Even though the pictures might be really promising, we must be cautious as this leaked image isn't yet confirmed.

Moreover, a penta-lens smartphone camera system must not come as a surprise.

On the back side of the device there are five lenses. This new image adds a bit more strength to the earlier rumours and could give us an idea as to what Nokia's next big flagship could be. There is a single flash for all the five shooters from what the Nokia 9 live image indicates.

But after you shake off the heeby jeebies, the thought of equipping a phone with five cameras isn't actually that ridiculous. The new Nokia 9 might have these screen design scheme as well.

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We'll be hones from the get-go: we don't know how to react to this.

The cameras were made by the German lens manufacturer Zeiss. HMD's Nokia 9 will likely feature a 5.9-inch display with QHD resolution (2K) and OLED technology. It is also stated that the handset will feature a Snapdragon 845.

Nokia 6.1 Plus users can no longer hide the phone's notch due to Google requirements, an HMD Global representative said. Other rumored specifications include Gorilla Glass 5 protection, a 3,900mAh battery and 256GB of built-in storage. It was also then reported to launch at IFA as well, but that didn't happen either.

This is the same design that appeared in sketches of a Nokia device that leaked earlier this year.

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