A leak via Chinese social network Weibo had coughed up a brand new render of the forthcoming Nokia 9 flagship. As we expected, the handset packs an 18:9 aspect ratio display and much-trimmed bezels on the front fascia to give way to the screen.
Interestingly, despite recently leaked specs not mentioning it, the render appears to show dual-camera sensors on the front. This could be a dual-sensor camera, or it could be a combination of one front-facing camera and another sensor for iris scanning or similar duties. Sadly, there’s no corresponding render of the phone’s back panel just yet, so we can’t see the rear panel build material or the primary dual-camera.
The Nokia 9 is expected to arrive on January 19. The spec is largely similar to the Nokia 8 from 2017, aside from the display being 18:9 – a 5.5in OLED setup, and it’ll be IP68 waterproof. It’ll pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 128GB of storage, a 3,250mAh fast charge battery, and a 12MP+13MP dual-sensor Carl Zeiss camera.