Nokia 9 renders show off the trypophobia-inducing penta-camera setup

Doris Richards
November 7, 2018

HMD Global's Nokia has been excessively releasing its premium smartphones this year. Along with the five cameras, the render showcases a LED flash, and a sensor, the objective of it is yet to be known.

These are based on factory CADs (computer-aided designs), so they still may not be 100 percent factual, but they sure give us a good idea of the flagship direction the Nokia brand is headed in.


A couple of months ago, we saw some supposed leaked images of a Nokia phone with five cameras on the back. That being said, the "forehead" and especially the "chin" on this device could definitely be smaller. Overall dimensions are allegedly 155 x 75 x 7.9 mm, which will naturally make this significantly taller, as well as slightly wider and thicker than the 5.5-inch Nokia 8 Sirocco. The renders don't show any "PureView" branding on the Nokia 9's body, but it's expected that the name will be revived with the phone considering its big focus on photography. The Snapdragon 845-powered Nokia 9 has been in the rumors since a few months, and rumors have pointed to the presence of five rear cameras. Above the screen, there's a single front camera and two sensors.

Like the OnePlus 6T, there will be an in-display fingerprint sensor and glass back panel - which could hint to wireless charging. The conventional Zeiss branding can also be seen in the leaked renders. It's also likely that the device will support face unlock, but we can't confirm that yet. Alongside there's no 3.5mm headphone jack as well, which means this would be another flagship Android phone to ditch the standard 3.5mm jack. On the bottom there is a USB Type-C port, a loudspeaker grill, and a primary microphone. A secondary microphone is cleverly integrated into the antenna band on the top edge, while a third (presumably noise-cancelling) microphone is located at the rear.

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