The latest images of the published by German tech blog 91mobiles seem to confirm the major points of HMD Global’s flagship.
According to the press renders published by German tech blog 91mobiles, the Nokia 9 PureView looks elegant, with a front face design that has no notch but a symmetric forehead and chin, with bezels on the side.
The images are in line with what we have seen in renders created from leaked 3D CAD models.
On the top right corner, next to the Nokia logo, there’s the front camera. On the top left, there are two sensors. On the back, there's a five-sensor camera with an and obvious advantage in promotion to the public. The setup is supposed to bring the focus back to superior photography that the Finnish company first introduced with the original Pureview phones.
The question now is if the trade-off with the bezel size is countered by the benefits of the specification busting camera that has the potential for up to 10x optical zoom, an ultra-wide lens †o capture more area, and a monochrome camera to increase the detail.
The device is expected to come with a 5.99-inch 2K HDR10 AMOLED display, with a full-screen, in-display fingerprint reader. It will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 running on 6GB of RAM with 128GB of storage. Reportedly, the phone will run a stock version of Android Pie.