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Upcoming Nokia flagship with triple rear cameras & no notch leaks in live images



It is confirmed that the Nokia 9 is launching in 2019 with a Penta Lens camera setup that means we’ll see not two, three or four, but five cameras on the back. Last month, OnLeaks gave us the first look at the design of Nokia 9 through the CAD renders and the design was confirmed today as the front panel of the Nokia 9 leaked. But today, one more upcoming Nokia flagship leaked as the live images of this device were shared on Weibo that revealed the front and the back design.

Upcoming Nokia Flagship with Triple rear cameras

Upcoming Nokia Flagship with Triple rear cameras

The Nokia 9, as the CAD renders revealed, has no notch but has a noticeable top and bottom bezel. As the image above shows, this upcoming Nokia flagship also has a bottom chin like the Nokia 9, but there is a smaller top bezel that is same as the side bezels. The design isn’t that great since the bezels are pretty big.

On the rear, there are triple cameras arranged vertically in the middle, and since there is no fingerprint scanner on the back or the front, it would be safe to assume that there is an in-display fingerprint scanner on this upcoming Nokia flagship. The source revealed that there is a Snapdragon 845 processor so yes, this device will launch with a year old chipset.

We are expecting pretty aggressive pricing by Nokia as no one would like to pay $600+ for a phone with a year old processor in 2019.


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