Nokia Smartphone With Triple Cameras And Notch-Less Display Leaked

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Nokia Smartphone With Triple Cameras And Notch-Less Display Leaked

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HMD Global has almost made a comeback to the smartphone market with its extensive lineup of smartphones. The Nokia phones now cover every segment from budget phones to flagship phones. The company is not holding back in terms of design and features when it comes to their phones. A latest leak points at more of the same. An upcoming smartphone from Nokia, most probably a flagship phone has been leaked in images. The phone has a triple rear camera setup and what appears to be a bezel less and notch less display.

The images surfaced on Weibo, the Chinese social networking site and are what appear to be hands-on images of a Nokia smartphone. The phone sports a glass back with a vertically arranges triple rear camera and an LED flash right below that module. The back also houses the Nokia branding. While the triple rear camera is not very surprising in today’s day and age, it is a step up from the current Nokia design language which has only dual rear cameras.

However, the most interesting part of the leak is the front of the device. The display sports thick bezels on each side, including a really thick bottom chin. However, it lacks a notch or camera cutout of any sort and it is not clear as to where the front camera is located. It is therefore logical to assume that Nokia has also jumped on to the sliding camera bandwagon with this phone.

This means that a sliding panel beneath the display will house the front facing camera and the associated sensors. It could also point towards a pop up camera, which was seen on the Vivo Nex. Another striking feature is the lack of a physical fingerprint reader on the back. This hints at an in-display fingerprint sensor fitted into the phone.

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However, the leak does not look totally convincing. For starters, the phone does not carry the Zeiss branding along with the camera setup. Being a flagship level phone, it is obvious that this Nokia should have Zeiss optics. Another issue is the odd design which has extremely thick bezels and and a massive chin. If the company has put in so much effort into this phone, it surely wouldn’t bring out such a dated design. But then again, that is what we thought about the high notch and the Pixel 3 XL and that turned out to be true!

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