Nokia could be kicked out in 2019 with the launch of a large new product. The company's upcoming phone, Nokia 9 PureView, was leaked on Twitter by Evan Blass December 30th. And now a marketing video for the phone has been leaked by MySmartPrice.
The company's Nokia 9 PureView handset will include a penta lens arrangement with ZEISS optics on the back. Of course, the "revolutionary" five-camera setup will allow better quality images. According to the video, the camera setup will allow you to take 5 pictures at a time, with 10x more light taken in pictures. When you take a photo, you can focus on specific parts of a photo on Google Photos, and the demo on the marketing video looks pretty deaf:
The device has a 5.99 inch "2K PureDisplay" with HDR10. The device will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor, packing up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage. The device even has a fingerprint scanner in the display, allowing you to unlock the device and authenticate by placing your finger on the screen.
The device is powered by Google's Android One, and it comes with Android 9 out of the box. Nokia promises two years of updates, by the way.
It is not clear exactly how Nokia will price the Nokia 9 PureView or when the device will be launched. Going by the features, the device will be a high-end flagship for the company. It is possible that we may see the launch of the product once a month, or Nokia may reveal it at the Mobile World Congress in February.
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