HMD Global is allegedly working on an upcoming flagship phone, Nokia 9, that could feature a Penta-camera setup. Several leaks relating to Nokia 9 have been rendered in the past, the latest finally giving us a glimpse of this smartphone.

Leakster Ben Geskin’s has tweeted a press render of Nokia 9 sporting a penta-camera setup on the upper half of its rear panel. Nokia attempts to add variety to the rear camera setup that was earlier restricted to two and was recently stepped up to triple camera approach as observed on OPPO R17 and Huawei P20 Pro.

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Other features given away by the leaked images suggest glass back on the smartphone, as well as a Nokia brand logo. The front camera in the images is seen with a large display with notch, housing the selfie camera. The right edge is seen loaded with volume rockers and power button.

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In the live images that were leaked, the rear panel of Nokia 9 has been revealed. These live images were posted on Chinese blog IThomes. The cameras, as well as the other assisting components, have been placed around in a circular pattern, with the right side sporting one of the sensors, that could be either a laser autofocus or anything else. The LED flashlight is seen on the left side of the back panel. The image further tells that the model number for the upcoming Nokia 9 will be TA-1094. There will also be a Zeiss brand logo on the rear panel.

This is the first time a leak has shown a real-life prototype of Nokia 9. Previous leaks had indicated that Nokia 9 will feature the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, and could be launched this year. Although, that does not seem possible at the moment.


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