Nokia 9 image leaked with Mysterious camera setup on the rear side | Nokia 9 Five cameras
Nokia owned by HMD Global is rumoured for a quite long time to launch its flagship device Nokia 9 with up to five cameras. Now the first even real-life image of the rear side if the device has been surfaced online.
An image of a mysterious Nokia smartphone with an unusual layout of the rear camera was published on the Chinese communication platform Baidu but then removed. However, the slashleaks managed to get the image and then it is surfaced all over the web.
The photo shows a camera with five lenses and an LED flash, shaped like a revolver drum. It is rumoured that HMD Global can release such a model under the name Nokia 9. However, as you can see the quality of the picture is poor and it hardly looks like a smartphone.
According to earlier leaks, Nokia’s next flagship will be named Nokia 9, Nokia 10 or even Nokia A1 Plus will feature a frameless design without a screen cut or the Notch, like most of the smartphones of this year. The phone will be housed by the top-end Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 6 GB or more of RAM. It can become the first Nokia smartphone with a fingerprint scanner integrated right into the screen.
It is also said that the smartphone will get a complex main camera with a lot of modules, organized on the rear panel like a revolver drum. The mysterious camera setup will reportedly pack 41-megapixel, 20-megapixel, and 9.7-megapixel sensors on the rear panel with Carl Zeiss optics in a triple camera setup with 4x optical zoom. Approximate value of Nokia 9 will be $990.