Nokia 9 PureView Press Render Leaked, Shows Five Cameras at the Back with In-display Fingerprint


Nokia, one of the most trusted Smartphone Brand is ready to rule the Market with its first Penta-Lens Camera setup at the back. There’s another new leak related to Nokia 9 PureView has been observed through a Press Render which shows the brand new Nokia 9 with Penta-Camera arranged in Circular form set up on the back panel. Apart from this, the new Nokia 9 is expected to have an In-Display Fingerprint Sensor.

Tipster Evan Blass has leaked the Press Render of Nokia 9 PureView on Sunday through his Twitter account. Evan Blass is famous for revealing unannounced information through his Twitter account @evleaks. This leak shows the picture of new Nokia 9 which has a sleek flat display without any curved edges. Additionally, It has a glass back panel with a metal body. The noted fact about Nokia 9 is unlike all other Smartphone brands they didn’t introduce Notch display on their upcoming release.

Amazingly, this huge flagship has Penta-Lens Camera with Zeiss Brand Sensors in a circular formation. According to some past renders, it is expected that the Nokia 9 PureView has a 6 inches flat display with a metallic body. Also, it will have 8GB of ram with a huge 256 GB of Internal Storage.

Additionally, like most of the brands, it is expected to have an In-Display Fingerprint Sensor. Looking at the render it is also believed to run on Android One which clearly indicates that it will have Android 9.0 Pie which will be upgradable to the upcoming Android Q.

Some of the reports had claimed that this new Nokia 9 Pureview will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Chipset. But the possibility of having the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC is also high to deliver an immersive experience to the user. These all information are gathered on the basis of leaks until not. It has not been officially announced by HMD regarding these leaks. But most probably these leaks will emerge to be as real.

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