There’s been quite a bit of talk about Nokia’s upcoming flagship model for 2019 – mostly due to the penta-camera design the company opted for and, while the internet is buzzing with rumors, Nokia hasn’t teased anything yet.
Even so, there is an invite for MWC 2019 that allegedly Nokia sent around, which has surfaced on Baidu. The invite is pretty dark, but it’s clear enough to tell that a penta-camera is hidden next to the date of February 24th.
If the invite proves to be real, it basically confirms most of what we’ve heard about the upcoming smartphone in all these months.
Reportedly, the Nokia 9 will have a Snapdragon 845 under the hood and a 5.99 inch AMOLED screen. It will run Android 9 Pie out of the box and will come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
Something the invite tells us which has not been hinted at by any leaks so far is that the handset will have a punch-hole design for the front-facing camera. That, or we’re looking at a completely different smartphone altogether, which Nokia plans to unveil during the MWC.
The plot thickens, but we’re less than a month away from the official unveiling and then we’ll know the truth.