Nokia 9 PureView will make its debut during the HMD Global event at MWC 2019 and it will, most likely, be the talk of the town.
Rumors and leaks have been showing up online for the past couple of months but now we have an official press render of the device that leaves nothing to the imagination.
Probably the most prominent features we notice when we look at the phone are its thick bezels. A bold choice, considering most companies out there have been pushing to eliminate the bezels from their own smartphones.
We can notice the selfie snapper in the top right, next to a small Nokia logo and, apparently, the fingerprint sensor will be in-display.
The most talked-about feature of this particular smartphone remains the rear penta-camera system, arranged in a circle where we can also find an LED flash module and a cutout for what we can only guess is a white balance meter or a laser-assist focus.
Above the middle camera, we can notice the Zeiss logo.
Rumors suggest the phone will have a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB of RAM, 5.99 inch display with 2K resolution and a 4150mAh battery.