Here’s the update about the much-anticipated Nokia 9. The live leaked images of Nokia 9 spots crazy camera setup with as many as 5 cameras at the back. A close look at the images reveals the device packed with three Zeiss-branded camera sensors, one flash module, but the function of the other two cutouts still remains unknown.
The latest leaked images of Nokia 9 once again reveal as seven cutouts placed perfectly in a hexagon shape along with five Zeiss-branded sensors seen at the back. The images of Nokia 9 surfaced out of China, in an ITHome forums page sporting model number TA-1094.
Five out of seven cut outs claimed to be Zeiss-branded optics and it looks like the Xenon flash spotted on the top left edge of the cut outs. The device doesn’t sport any fingerprint sensor at the back thus increasing chances of an in-display scanner
Coming to specifications, Nokia 9 may run on Android 9 Pie and sports 6.01-inch display with Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The device is powered by Snapdragon 845 SoC with 8GB of RAM, 256GB inbuilt storage and has a 3,900mAh battery. The device is likely to be launched sometime this year, or early next year.