Nokia 9 PureView images leaked, shows off rear Penta-lens setup

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But the Nokia 9 won't have the same powerful 7nm chip as other 2019 devices.

In addition, the Nokia 9 PureView is equipped with a 5.99-inch 2K display with HDR10 support. It seems the Nokia 9 PureView will run this year's Snapdragon 845 chipset and not Qualcomm's next-gen Snapdragon 855 processor.

Dubbed "Beholder", rumours suggest the Nokia 9 PureView could have as many as five cameras on the rear in a rather spectacular design.

We have no idea how much the Nokia 9 PureView will cost, but Nokia might launch it in just a few weeks if these new rumors are correct. And now, a marketing video for the phone has been leaked by MySmartPrice. While a penta-lens camera system continues to be there, one can also notice bezels above and below the screen. We'll know for certain when the Nokia 9 PureView is officially announced; now, speculation pegs the official unveiling later this month ahead of MWC 2019. That could indicate an in-display fingerprint sensor on the field.

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Other goodies include free Google Photos unlimited storage and support for Qi wireless charging. The render showed a glass and metal sandwich design as well as Android One branding on the smartphone.

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

A lot has already been rumoured about the Nokia 9 PureView and we already know everything about the phone by now. It features detailed renders that once again show a hexagonal, rear-camera layout with five lenses, a flash, and a yet-unknown sixth sensor that could allow the phone to shoot pics using all five cams at once. 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.

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