A new leaks has surfaced, with renders of the upcoming Nokia 9 along with a few other new details. The Nokia 9 is rumored to sport a 5.9-inch display with QHD resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, 8GB of RAM, 128GB storage, a 4,150mAh, Qi Wireless Charging, USB-C port and a metal frame with a glass back panel.
The main attraction of the Nokia 9 is the insane number of cameras on the back – currently being referred to as the “penta-lense” camera. As shown in the images, there are a total of six cameras on the back of the phone. One will merely be used as a depth sensor, but the other five will presumably feature lenses with wide, standard and telephoto focal length, the details of which are not yet available.
The renderings of the Nokia 9 do not show a fingerprint sensor, so there’s a good chance that the device will feature an in-display sensor.
Based on the phone’s spec list and the absurd number of cameras on the back of the phone, the Nokia 9 will likely be quite expensive. While we’ve seen some incredible things from devices with triple-camera setups like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and the LG V40, we’re not exactly sure what to expect from this phone.
What’s your take on the Nokia 9 and its “penta-lense” camera.