May 17th, 2017

It looks like Nokia really might be working on a phone with a dual camera setup. A product video showing 4 Nokia devices has leaked, and one of those devices is one we certainly have yet to see in any official capacity.

We got our first hint of Nokia working on a dual camera smartphone last month when product sketches depicting the phone tipped us off to more circles than typical gracing the rear panel.

The device doesn’t have that slim bezel design we were told to expect, but that’s OK. We can see it has a glossy finish on the rear, a hint that we may be getting some sort of glass sandwich design.

On the front there are also capacitive buttons for back and recent apps, but not home. Comparing it to the other 2, we’d expect a physical home button which doubles as a fingerprint sensor to go there, but we can’t tell if there’s one present on the video. It looks like there isn’t, actually, but again, this does look to be an early concept reel for purposes of marketing research.

On the front there are also capacitive buttons for back and recent apps, but not home. Comparing it to the other 2, we’d expect a physical home button which doubles as a fingerprint sensor to go there, but we can’t tell if there’s one present on the video. It looks like there isn’t, actually, but again, this does look to be an early concept reel for purposes of marketing research.

Anyway, any doubts about the video’s authenticity are expected, but the fact that Nokia had it promptly taken down suggests there’s some substance here. Thankfully, Evan Blass was able to mirror the video on his Twitter account before the Vimeo post was removed, so check it out right here if you want to see it.

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