We have heard rumors about the Nokia 9's sporting camera for a while now. Even as we approach the end of the year and have seen smart phone makers switch from dual to rear camera settings three cameras and four camera settings on the back, it looks like the next Nokia will have five cameras.
Nokia 9 is expected to become the Snapdragon 845 mobile first SoC from Global HMD. According to reports on 91 cars, a 360-degree display of what can be the Nokia 9 out. Render did not reveal much of what we expected from the next Nokia flagship.
From video rendering we see Nokia branded smartphones that don't have a front position, have a metal frame and behind are penta camera settings. The back panel seems to curl towards the edge. This cellphone is expected to come with PureView and Zeiss brand images.
Considering there are five cameras, the Nokia 9 is expected to come with ordinary lenses, telephoto lenses, deep sensing cameras and ultra-wide lenses at least. Arrangements in the circle also include LED flash units and dual sensors for proximity detection.
In terms of specifications, the Nokia 9 is expected to sport a 5.9-inch QHD screen with an aspect ratio of 18: 9, display fingerprint scanner (which is fast becoming a trend now), expected to be supported by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC with support for up to 8GB RAM. The rendering of the phone does not show a 3.5 mm audio plug, so it looks like you have to rely on a Bluetooth earphone or use the Type C USB port to listen to music. Because it has a rear glass, the Nokia 9 can be expected to come with wireless charging too. Because Nokia has run the Android One experience on its smartphone, it is expected to have an Android 9 Pie at launch.
Nokia 9 is expected to be launched in early 2019. There are no instructions about the expected price. But considering this could be the first penta camera smartphone in the world, the price is definitely on the higher side.