Rumors, leaks and even case renders have already revealed a few aspects of the Nokia 9 PureView, but today, a press render of the device has just surfaced revealing the front view, while affirming a much-dreaded flagship feature.
First obtained by @evaleaks, the alleged Nokia 9 PureView press render reveals the usual suspect – a familiar Penta-camera setup arranged in a 1-1-3 manner with a ZEIS optic, rotating zoom tech. There is no visible fingerprint scanner around the back, and that only means one thing – no fingerprint sensor or it is placed under the display.
The Nokia 9 PureView will be hitting the stores as a flagship-grade smartphone – a true one at that, and so it is quite difficult to believe that the device won’t feature a fingerprint scanner. Well, flipping to the front side, the latest render reveals an in-display fingerprint sensor, 18:9 aspect ratio display, glass back with Android One branding and a metal frame.
Moving on to the specs, the Nokia 9 PureView could launch flaunting a 5.9-inch Quad HD 3D glass OLED display, with the SD 845 coupled with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. Sure the device will boot Android 9.0 (Pie), while the whole unit will get a 4150mAh battery with wireless charging.
While this is a supposed render, it is worth noting that it lines up with what we’ve heard before, and we’ll get to know more soon, as it could be landing later in January.
Nokia 9 PureView “Beholder.” HNY pic.twitter.com/x4Kh3anP46
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) December 31, 2018