The new Nokia 9 might sport a 5-camera setup on its rear panel if the leaked images of the yet to be announced device, reported by NDTV Gadgets, are anything to go by. Interestingly earlier leaked images and rumors had claimed the Nokia 9 will have 3 cameras but a total of 7 round cutouts on the rear panel surface has set everyone thinking what is in store.
If 5 of them are to be fitted with cameras and the flash provision can be seen as the sixth, then the seventh is definitely a mystery. And the fingerprint sensor is also missing giving the indication HMD Global is going to release this phone with either an in-display fingerprint sensor or just a facial recognition mode for unlocking the phone. The seven cutouts have been placed in a symmetrical hexagonal shape. It is understood the lenses for these cameras are being sourced from Zeiss.
In terms of the specifications, the Nokia 9 is likely to have a 6.1-inch display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845SoC processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. The rumor is that HMD Global will release this phone with the Android One OS, which means the Android Pie will be chosen to represent the latest and best specifications. The battery is being speculated to be of 3900mAh. There is also the expectation that the latest Gorilla Glass 5 will protect the display screen.
The camera details continue to be discussed since the earlier reports, also rumors, had even suggested that the three sensors would be 41, 20 and 9.7MP, respectively, but with these leaked images of a Nokia phone model T-1094 has further confused market experts.
There is also uncertainty over the schedule for the release of this phone, Nokia 9. It was earlier suggested it might happen during the IFA, but there has been no intimation so far and fresh speculation has it quite vaguely as this year or next.