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Nokia 9 PureView specs listed on Google Android Enterprise website

12 February 2019 3

The official Nokia 9 PureView launch is still a couple of weeks away but that does not mean leaks are going to stop anytime soon. It has now been spotted on the Google Android Enterprise website. It is the website which lists all Android devices available for enterprise partners. The listing for Nokia 9 shows a front-panel render along with a few crucial specifications.

Starting with the Nokia 9 PureView render, it shows the same design as seen in previously rumored leaks. One can see that the upcoming smartphone has no notch at the top. There bare minimum side bezels but the top and bottom bezels are relatively bigger. The top bezel houses the front camera and earpiece along with the Nokia branding.

It is listed to sport a 6-inch display but with no information on the resolution. The listing does not mention the processor either but there is 4GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. It will be running Android 9.0 Pie out of the box. There is support for fingerprint scanning and NFC connectivity.

This is pretty much what has been revealed by the Nokia 9 Google Android Enterprise listing. While it is not much, it does confirm that an official unveiling is just around the corner. It is most likely to happen on February 24th at MWC 2019 in Barcelona. The biggest highlight for this upcoming smartphone is its Penta-lens rear camera setup. It will be the first smartphone to offer such a camera setup.

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