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HMD Global already working on upcoming Nokia 9 successor with 5G support | Report

03 January 2019 3

HMD Global’s much-anticipated phone with the penta lens camera, allegedly called the Nokia 9 PureView is yet to be announced and we have started getting the insights on its successor. We have been hearing about the Nokia 9 PureView for long now but we are only going to witness it this year, well leaks say so.

According to a detailed report by NokiaPowerUser and the information initially leaked by Nokia_Leaks, the successor to the Nokia 9 is likely to have the 5G support and will be powered by Snapdragon 855 processor. Being a successor, it will inherit the penta-camera setup and have 2K display edge-to-edge display as well along with a punch hole on the front. Well, the support for 5G simply hints at the fact that the company is also working on its 5G phone like many others and what could be the better option to implement the same on such a high-end device.

The tweet from Nokia_Leaks also revealed that the device will launch in the month of August. So, we can make a fair idea of the launch of the Nokia 9 which could, of course, happen before August if this successor information is correct enough.

The report further states that the camera setup will be similar to that of Nokia 9 PureView’s but the successor will come with a larger image sensor for improved image quality. It’s worth to mention that the tweet is coming from a new account holder so take it with a pinch of salt, though the publication’s report echoes it.

Well, it’s too early to hear about the successor of a yet to come device. Stay tuned as we gather more information on the same.



HMD Global already working on upcoming Nokia 9 successor with 5G support | Report
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