Nokia 9 PureView

Highlights – 

  • Nokia 9 PureView to come with Penta-camera
  • The phone will have no notch 
  • The first phone to have five cameras or a Penta-camera setup at the back.


The Nokia 9 PureView will be HMD Global’s flagship smartphone for 2019. It is going to offer some exciting features as well as will take the camera trends to a new level.

We’ve seen several leaks regarding the Nokia 9 PureView and also shred a CAD renders along with a video. Now, today a new image of the smartphone has appeared. The image shared by famous tipster Evan Blass (eveleaks) on Twitter.

There is no official information regarding the design of Nokia 9 has been circulated but what this new render and previous leaks suggest is the Penta-camera. We’ve already seen triple camera phones and quad camera phones, but five cameras at the rear is something new and exciting.

We can also see HMD Global has ditched the notch and the top bezel features the Nokia logo, front camera, and sensors. The back panel comes with a glass finish and Zeiss branding for the camera.

The new image also the Android One logo at the bottom at the rear. So, if Nokia 9 comes with Android One then it’ll ensure the quick software updates. There will be an in-display fingerprint sensor making it the first Nokia phone to come with this feature.

Nokia 9 PureView Expected Specifications

The camera sensors at the back said to be equipped with a standard lens, zoom lens, and depth sensing lens. Talking about the Nokia 9 PureView specifications, the rumors spitting that there will be a 5.9-inch QHD+ display an aspect ratio of 18:9.

The phone is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 845 processor, however, we’ll be seeing most of the flagship devices in 2019 to be running on Snapdragon 855 chipset. The Nokia 9 is likely to arrive in 6GB RAM and 128GB storage option and 4150mAh battery.

Launch Date of Nokia 9 PureView

Currently, there is no official word regarding the launch date of Nokia 9 PureView. Some reports are saying it could the light of the day in January before the CES 2019, while other reports suggesting the launch after CES.

We’re now keeping an eye on every information, so stay tuned.