Nokia 9 hands-on images showing Penta camera setup surface online

By Digit NewsDesk | Updated 7 Sept 2018
Nokia 9 hands-on images showing Penta camera setup surface online
  • The hands-on images are much clearer than the ones which were shared earlier this week. The previous image showed six cutouts in the back panel, but the latest one has seven.

Earlier this week, an image of the rumoured Nokia 9 smartphone were leaked on the internet. The grainy image showed a smartphone’s rear panel having ‘Nokia’ branding and six cutouts. It was speculated that of the six cut-outs, five are for cameras. But a new, much clearer image shows the back panel of the device with a total of seven cutouts. Five of these cutouts house cameras inside, one is an LED flash and the seventh is apparently the IR focusing apparatus.

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The image shows “Zeiss” written in the centre of the whole camera module, suggesting that the smartphone will come with Carl Zeiss optics. Previous reports said three of the five cameras will feature Zeiss optics. The hands-on image has a white tape on the lower end of the back panel where the previous image showed the “Android One” marking. The latest leaked photo also shows the model number (TA-1094) of the phone.

There is still no clarity on the name of the smartphone. While the name of the smartphone is speculated to be the Nokia 9, previously it was reported that HMD Global will launch the Nokia 10 smartphone with five cameras on the rear panel. The report also noted that the Nokia 10 will go into mass production by mid-2018.

Image courtesy: IThome

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