Leaked Images Show Nokia 9 With 5 rear cameras

Pappi Hex

Samsung recently launched its flagship device, the Galaxy Note 9 which came packed with impressive features. Apple too is to launch 3 iPhone models next week while the Pixel 3 from Google which is scheduled to be launched next month has somehow found its way into black market and its being sold for an outrageous amount.
Amid all the leaks and happenings, HMD Global seems to be working on a new Nokia device called the Nokia 9. If leaked images by ithome are right, the Nokia 9 which will be a flagship device will posses 5 cameras at the back and an annoying notch in the front.

5 cameras might sound ridiculous but not strange. Huawei already has three cameras on the back of the P20 Pro,  and LG's next flagship phone is rumoured to have a total of 5 cameras; that is three cameras will be at the back while two will be in the front for selfies.

 Another is the Light phone. The Light L16 compact has about 16 cameras lenses to deliver photos up to 52 megapixels or resolution. The Light L16 has ability in which users can use to adjust the focus and depth of field of photos long after a shot has been taken.

According to another render, the front of the Noka 9 has a notch  similar to that of the Nokia X6. The notch will house the front-facing camera sensor, ear piece, ambient light sensor, the proximity sensor. Below the display is a bezel that display Nokia's brand name in silver colour.

At the back of the device is a penta-lens camera setup. The camera setup includes five sensors as well as a flash module. Also, there is a Zeiss logo sitting at the centre of the camera setup and also a noise-cancellation microphone on top of the rear camer setup.

There's also a Nokia Logo vertically hanging at the back of the device.

HMD Global said from the beginning that they are very serious about rebuilding the Nokia brand, now when you look at the Nokia's recent re-acquisition of the PureView trademark, you will know that Nokia has something pretty big to offer ... most especially the camera aspect.

So far no official statements from Nokia has been made to confirm the device.

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