Nokia 9 PureView Spotted on Google’s Android Enterprise Catalogue Ahead of Official Launch
Ahead of its official launch on February 24 in Barcelona, Google has listed Nokia 9 Pure View on its official Android enterprise catalogue. This Nokia 9 PureView, likely to be the first smartphone to have five camera sensors at the back. Nokia’s new offering comes with 4GB and 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of Internal storage. The Nokia 9 PureView will sport a 6-inch notch less display and run on Android 9 Pie software.
The listing was reported by MySmartPrice, later it has been removed from the site. The Android enterprise catalogue gives us a clear view of the Nokia 9 Pure View. The Nokia 9 PureView is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor and sports notch less display. It will have Penta-camera setup at the back with Zeiss-branded camera lenses.
This might be the first phone to feature five real cameras. As you can see in the leaked picture, there are seven cutouts for the five cameras. The seven cutouts seem perfectly placed in a hexagon shape, of the seven cutouts, there are as many as five Zeiss-branded sensors seen at the back of this one. But the purpose of extra cutouts is still unknown.
Nokia 9 PureView is one of the much-awaited devices from HMD Global’s lineup and the company will be seen taking wraps off it at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona.
Talking about other features, NFC support and the presence of a fingerprint sensor were also mentioned in the listing. As per previous leaks, we believe that the last will be an in-display fingerprint sensing module. The one thing that was missing from the catalogue was the information about the battery capacity.
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