Another Nokia 9 PureView case backs up rumors of five rear cameras
Unfortunately, the case in question isn’t accompanied by renders of the smartphone, so the front panel design isn’t visible. However, the cut-outs on the rear do confirm the odd-looking camera layout that previously leaked. This, for those unaware, should consist of a whopping five rear cameras – each with a different function – accompanied by a large LED flash and a laser autofocus system. Additionally, the system is understood to have been developed alongside ZEISS Optics, which means the latter’s branding will be present.
Aside from the rather impressive camera system, the Nokia flagship is rumored to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 along with 128GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM. Furthermore, a recent leak revealed that the device would arrive with Android 9 Pie straight out of the box, presumably in its stock form as part of the Android One program. Also, this particular case points towards a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom of the phone.
At the moment, it’s unclear when exactly the Nokia 9 PureView will make its international debut. According to the most recent info, though, HMD Global – the company behind Nokia smartphones – is planning an announcement after January’s CES 2019 and before February’s MWC 2019.