HMD Global is reportedly working on a new flagship phone, known as Nokia 9. The phone has been leaked in past and the latest one reveals the press render and live image, giving a glimpse of the upcoming phone.
To start with the press render first, Twitter user Ben Geskin has released a press render of the Nokia 9 with a penta-camera setup. The back panel comes with five lenses at the top, making it is the first smartphone to sport so many camera modules.
The back panel is made of glass and one can clearly see Nokia branding as well. The front sports a large display and there is a notch on the top that houses the front-facing camera and an earpiece. The right comes loaded with volume rockers and power on/off button.
Moving on to the leaked live image, it reveals the back panel of the upcoming smartphone. The picture was posted on the Chinese blog IThomes and gives a clear shot of the five cameras placed at the back.
The placement of the cameras is in a circle with right side sporting some sensors, which might be laser autofocus and more, while on the left, there is a LED flash. The image also reveals the model number of the upcoming phone will be TA-1094. One will find a Zeiss branding at the back as well. Interestingly, this is the first real-life prototype of the Nokia 9 leaked. Other leaks indicate that the smartphone will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and it might be launched in 2018, although the possibilities are grim at the moment.