After a year full of rumours and information leaks, Nokia 9 PureView has finally cemented its position as the company’s most anticipated Android smartphone. Among so many rumours, what more was said was his possible photographic abilities.
This is because by all indications (once again) it will arrive with a total of 5 rear Cameras. At a time when most manufacturers are still planning to use 3 cameras and very few have ventured into 4, HMD Global wants to jump ahead of the competition.
Now, for the first time, it looks like we finally have access to the first ‘official’ image of the brand’s next-generation top-of-the-range image. I say ‘official’ because the image was published by the inevitable Evan Blass (@evleaks), and even though it looks like an official render, there is no confirmation of any kind.
In this image, as we have seen in recent CAD models, we have not only the rear panel, but also everything in the front area. Thus, the ‘fears’ of the manufacturer’s fans are confirmed once again.
Nokia 9 PureView emerges for the first time
Although it may appear quite innovative in the photographic segment, the Nokia 9 PureView seems to have stopped in time, regarding the design of its front panel. As we can see in the image, you will arrive with very visible margins on its sides, and with huge vertical margins. On the other hand, good news is the presence of fingerprint reader on the screen, which will certainly please many people.
In turn, on the rear panel, we return to see the photographic module with 5 sensors, creating a hexagonal shape in the upper section of the panel. Another nice surprise is the fact that HMD Global stays true to the launch of Android One smartphones, so it’s guaranteed that this top-of-the-line Android will come with a practically ‘pure’ version of Android.
Unfortunately, virtually nothing is known about the hardware specifications of Nokia 9 PureView. Although there was a lot of talk in the presence of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, since its presentation was quite delayed, it would not be surprising if it came with the new processor SD855.