After several leaks of the new Nokia 9 Penta-camera smartphone, a new series of images and a 360-degree render video has given us a closer look at the phone. This smartphone’s high-resolution render and 360-degree video have been created by Profelzer Tipster Steve H featuring at the rear of this smartphone.
So far, there’s no information available as to when HMD Global will make the Nokia 9 PureView official. However, until that happens, we can take a look at the recent renders and a 360-degree video of the yet-to-be-launched smartphone and marvel at its design.
With previous leaks, the camera system features a hexagonal layout, with four lenses, LED flash assembly, and focusing sensors making up the six vertices. The fifth lens sits in the middle of the entire arrangement. A horizontally-stamped Nokia logo is seen in the middle of the rear panel.
In terms of the actual design, the Nokia 9 brings to mind the LG G6, featuring a similar metal frame and a notch less 18:9 front. Speaking of the front, we see one selfie camera on the right-hand side, along with what appears to be two sensors on the left.
Unlike the G6, however, the Nokia 9 seems to lack a headphone jack. The phone is also missing a visible fingerprint scanner, which points to the inclusion of an in-display fingerprint sensor instead.
However, no official announcement has been made about this phone it is expected to launch later this year, but it’s likely that HMD Global will push the launch to early 2019. It’ll be interesting to see how Nokia 9 PureView turns out, whenever it’s finally launched.