We are about 2 weeks away from the Nokia 9 PureView official unveiling, a phone that has been one of the most talked-about devices in the past couple of months.
HMD Global plans to announce the phone to the world on February 24th during the GetSmart event and, while we’ve had our share of leaks and rumors, the most recent one comes from Nokia Mobile’s software partner: Google itself.
The Nokia 9 PureView made a surprise appearance on Google’s “Enterprise Recommended” website, in the Devices catalog. Initially, the device page was only accessible on the mobile site but it has since been taken down from there as well.
MySmartPrice managed to grab all the details before they were gone though and, according to the specs they saved, the phone will have a 6 inch screen and it will come with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
It will have Android 9 out of the box as well as support for NFC and a fingerprint sensor.
The device will be announced during the MWC 2019 alongside other Nokia smartphones like the Nokia 8.1 Plus and the Nokia 6.2.