Nokia 9 PureView: News, rumors, features, camera
How excited would you be for a new Nokia smartphone with the PureView name attached to it? Potentially, the rumored Nokia 9 may indeed bring back the PureView name, and with it an amazing five-lens camera. While many of the earlier rumors about it actually applied to the Nokia 8 Sirocco, and nothing
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It seems the Nokia 9 PureView will be at MWC 2019 if a pair of leaked posters is to be believed. The posters are clearly advertisements of upcoming Nokia phones and though both are fairly dark, the rumored and distinctive multi-lens setup from the Nokia 9 PureView is obvious in the first image and implies a reveal will come on February 24. The second image shows MWC’s dates and perhaps spotlights a different phone entirely — either that, or the Nokia 9 now comes with what looks like a hole-punch display.We’re not entirely sure what the name will be, but it may be the first to revive the classic PureView name, once given to Nokia’s very best camera phones. There has also been a leak by a Nokia dealer in Malaysia, who posted about a Nokia 9 PureView on its Facebook page. The device supposedly has the code name Olympic, due to the five camera rings. The leaked poster of the Nokia 9 includes the word “throwback”, implying use of the old “PureView” term.What will the Nokia 9 look like? While dual-lens, and even triple-lens, cameras are becoming more commonplace, more rumors are gathering about a penta-lens setup on the Nokia 9 PureView. That’s right, five camera lenses, plus additional sensor and flash units — for a total of seven rings– may end up defining the look of the Nokia 9. The renders here give us a good look at how striking the Nokia 9 may be with this design.
Now, a render video released by MySmartPrice has shown the Nokia 9 PureView in all its glory. The video shows the same design we’re now accustomed to seeing — so it’s likely this is the definite article. However, it does confirm fairly chunky (by current standards) bezels at the top and bottom of the screen and Qi wireless charging. The video also claims the 5.99-inch 2K HDR10 display will house a fingerprint scanner. Reliable leaker Evan Blass backed this design in a tweet posted shortly after the video was leaked.