Nokia 9’s Case Renders Confirms Its Penta-Camera Design
Donâ€™t get tired of its rumours and speculations flying around. We are getting closer to the Nokia 9 arrival becoming reality. Though still without official acknowledgement from the phone maker, an alleged Nokia 9 is said to feature a penta-camera setup that might feature Nokiaâ€™s â€œPureViewâ€ branding to the next level.
And now, a new case render leak shows us a couple more angles of the alleged Nokia 9. The renders are coherent with earlier case images that weâ€™ve seen. All renders have seven holes: enough for five cameras, one flash, and one for optic sensors.
Thereâ€™s also a mic-hole just above penta-cam setup in these new renders and previous ones.
These images donâ€™t actually show the front of the device, which weâ€™ve only seen from the supposed OnLeaks render. But with a new set of renders in line with previous case leaks, we might be looking at the final design of the Nokia 9. Even though weâ€™ve seen cases have a cutout that looks to be for a 2.5mm headphone jack, the render has only a mic-hole whose case cutout might be confused for a headphone jack.
Back in November, a full CAD render of the Nokia 9 leaked and for all we know, these renders could be based solely on those renders and not an actual Nokia device. In any case, a real Nokia 9 device should be coming soon since three models were officially certified for Bluetooth.
The Nokia 9 is believed to carry the â€œPureViewâ€ branding after the company filed to trademark the name back in August. Other rumors point to a Snapdragon 845 CPU, 8GB of RAM, a 5.9-inch QHD display with 18:9 aspect ratio, and feature an in-display fingerprint scanner.
We are likely looking at an MWC launch for the Nokia 9. It only makes sense considering Nokiaâ€™s position in Europe and that Huawei seems to be the only phone maker that makes somewhat major announcements at CES in the past few years.