HMD Global is preparing to launch world’s first smartphone with the penta-camera setup at the back. Dubbed as Nokia 9 PureView, the smartphone’s render has been leaked online revealing its key design language.
The press render was shared by a known tipster Evan Blass on its official Twitter handle. The tweet also mentions that the smartphone might be named as Nokia 9 PureView ‘Beholder’. Coming to the design language, the back panel of the device shows a five-camera setup aligned in a circular formation. There are seven sensors out of which one is LED flash, while the other houses some infrared sensor. One can also see Zeiss branding at the top.
The bottom of the back panel shows Android One branding, while one can see the antenna line at the top edge and bottom panel. The front sports a large display, which could be 18:9 aspect ratio. The render also shows that the smartphone will feature an in-display fingerprint sensor that is situated at the centre of the screen. This means that it will be the first Nokia smartphone from HMD Global to feature such kind of fingerprint sensor. The top comes loaded with a seflie shooter, an earpiece and sensors along with Nokia branding at the top-right corner.
The smartphone is reported to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and it could come loaded with up to 6GB of RAM. it is reported that the phone could feature a 5.99-inch Quad HD+ display and it could be the first Nokia smartphone to feature wireless charging.