New Nokia 9 Leaks Tell Us What To Expect – Penta-Lens Camera

Now we know more about the front display design

There will be a triple rear camera

There will be what is called penta-lens camera setup

HMD has delayed for too long when it comes to releasing the new Nokia 9 and this is leading to more leaks over time. Now there are new photos of leaks spreading online and these show off its front design.

Leaks show the display screen housing bezels on the top and bottom edges both. This new Nokia phone has been rumored to not going to adopt a punch-hole design or display notch design. If you doubt the revelation, these new photos confirm that it is true.

About the penta-lens camera – this is going to be a first of its kind in a smartphone. Further, it will be equipped with five sensors; one LED flash, and another dual sensor combined. Another leak shows another Nokia flagship-grade device which portrays an entirely different design.

Up until now, Nokia 9 has had its display panel displayed in leaks from angles so we can say we know more about this new phone to tell what it will look like. The leaks from Slashleaks are all in harmony with what has already been in the leaks previously. Especially is this true about the bezels on top and at the bottom.

These bezels are somewhat slim, not thick at all, with the top sides slimmer than the bottom sides. Also, there is no hole for a front speaker seen at the bottom edge. Look on the top edge and you will see all necessary sensors including the selfie snapper. There’s also the Nokia branding seen on the top edge device, while the bottom edge is kept blank.

In case you don’t know, nobody told you, Nokia 9 is the HMD Global’s ambitious flagship project that has met with several delays but leaks kept pouring in. for some people, the smartphone seems as if it has already been released.

Why is it delaying?

The delay is subject to a complication at rear camera side. There, the manufacturer has placed seven holes in hexagonal format. Sometime in mid-2018, HMD was rumored to have launched it but it was fake news.

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