Nokia 9 May Have Massive Battery And Penta Camera Setup
The leaks surrounding the Nokia 9 have been increasing, and so has the excitement. The latest images give us another look at the rather unorthodox design and also a hint that the device will be packing a massive battery. Adding to this, with the penta camera setup, Nokia’s flagship is turning out to be more exciting with each leak.
This image shows off the penta camera setup and also mentions a massive 4150 mAh battery. This probably means that we could be seeing a bigger device. The highlight of the Nokia 9 has been the penta camera setup. For those unfamiliar with this, it refers to a setup with 5 rear lenses. This is very similar to the ‘Miniature Zoom Camera’ patent held by Zeiss. It is well known that Zeiss has been the choice for cameras when it comes to Nokia devices. Therefore, it is safe to assume that this leak is somewhat true.
The technology by Zeiss uses an arrangement of multiple smaller lenses in a circle. This consists of an image sensor, normal lenses and a second group of rotating lenses with different focal lengths. Therefore, these would ensure different zoom levels without the need to use a larger module. In the pictures, we can see three vertically arranges sensors, and two on the sides. These are accompanied by a flash.
The device will have a 6 inch AMOLED display with an in display fingerprint scanner, according to reports. The lack of a fingerprint scanner in the leaked image could point to the same. The device has the Snapdragon 845 SoC with 8 GB of RAM, according to reports. Along with this, it will reportedly have IP68 certification, 256 GB of storage and a 3900 mAh battery. The device will reportedly run Android One, giving a stock android experience.
All these specifications put together, make the Nokia 9 a very exciting device, if the leaks turn out to be true. The upcoming flagship by HMD is expected to launch towards the end of this year. This could be a possible game changer for Nokia and HMD and speed up its slow comeback into the smartphone market.