HMD is taking always with the Nokia 9, so here are some 5K renders and a 360° video to make the wait somewhat less demanding. They were made by @OnLeans and 91Mobiles who have a good track record of accuracy when it goes to the structures of up and coming telephones.
But it’s still hard to accept a telephone with 5 cameras on the back. Toward the beginning of 2018, the most back cameras a telephone could have was 2, yet we’re up to 4 now.
We don’t know what setup HMD is going for, but there’s a conspicuous absence of a Preview branding (it wasn’t on the prototype either). The Zeiss label is nestled between the cameras, though.
Here is the first detail look at Nokia 9 HMD Global’s upcoming flagship with no less than five cameras at the real Nokia 9 is expected to bring some killer photography related features.
The phone might provide the iconic pure view branding and buzziest branding optics that Penta camera setup is likely to include telephoto Lens of white angle lens and a depth sensing camera among others. A 5.9 inch QHD display should be in the offing bearing 18 astre 9 aspect ratio and an N display fingerprints sensors.
The 3.5 mm headphone jack is missing but you do get a USB type-C port and since the phone sports a glass sandwich design with a metal frame in the middle. You can expect wireless charging do. Android PI snapdragon 845 upto 8 gigs of ram and waterproofing are some others expected features expects an early 2019 release.
Obviously, the Pixel’s best feature is its camera, which depends on an AI co-processor computational photography is the must-have feature this year. And with 5 cameras, the Nokia 9 is better-suited for that than most. That’s why we expected to see the rebirth of PureView, which was about shrewd image preparing from day 1.