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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Nokia 9 PureView official renders shows the in- display finger print sensor and five camera setup

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Nokia 9 PureView is expected to be launched at the 2019 Mobile World Conference (MWC) event soon. However, the renders of the Nokia upcoming flagship have been leaked online – revealing key details and design about the device.

Nokia 9 PureView Renders


According to the leaks online, the Nokia 9 PureView will be sporting a tall aspect ratio notch -less display but the upper and the lower bezels of the device are thick. The ear piece, a selfie camera and the companies brand logo will be housed in the top bezel. The AMOLED screen of the device is embedded with an in – display finger print scanner.

Looking at the back of the Nokia 9 PureView, there is a Penta – lens setup which are arranged in five cutouts. Various types of sensors like the RGB, Monochrome, telephoto, wide – angle and 3D ToF might be included in the Penta – lens system. Outside the camera sensors, there are other two cutouts for autofocus module and LED flash. There is android one branding at the end of the bottom of the rear panel of the device. And for better grip, the glass rear of the Nokia 9 PureView curves towards the left and right edges.

According to previous rumors, the device will be coming with a 5.99 – inches display with support for Quad HD resolution. The device will also feature 18:9 aspect ratio. The device will be running on the latest Android 9 Pie. It will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset with 6/8GB RAM. For storage, the device might come with 128/256GB.

The device might also come with 12MP selfie camera for capturing selfie. The device will likely be the Nokia's first  wireless charging phone and it might come with 4,150mAh.

The device will be unveiled at the Nokia’s MWC event in February 24 and we expect Nokia to announce other phones such as the Nokia 8.1 Plus , Nokia 6.2(2019) and the Nokia 1 Plus during the event .

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