Nokia 9 PureView, the company's next big flagship phone from HMD Global has been tipped in a clear image. There have been several leaks of the phone that is alleged to come with five cameras set up at the back. This time, the image of Nokia 9 PureView has been tipped by Evan Blass on Twitter.
According to the leaked image, the Nokia 9 PureView won't be featuring the notch display and the back too features a glass-like finish and has a Penta-camera setup placed in a circular manner. The back also gets the Zeiss branding that has been seen in other Nokia smartphones as well. The phone also happens to run on Android One, with the branding placed at the back.
Interestingly, the phone happens to sport an in-display fingerprint scanner, as there is no sensor placed at the back. This will make it the first phone from Nokia to sport this feature. The Nokia 9 PureView was supposed to launch earlier but due to technical issues with camera performance, the launch got delayed.
According to reports from Nokia Anew, HMD global will be launching the flagship in January 2019, after CES, which means it won't be showcased at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, unlike the Nokia 8 Sirocco.