Nokia 9 PureView Successor with Full Screen Display and Snaddragon 855 & 5G

Nokia getting a lot of hype recently through Nokia 9 PureView which has 6 Cameras. But the biggest problem with PureView is that it’s going to launch soon at Mobile World Congress next month when Snapdragon 855 is here and Nokia 9 has 1-year-old Snapdragon 845.

But now Nokia 9 successor is said to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Soc and support 5G Network. It is also reported that the latest Nokia smartphones will be officially launched sometime in Aug 2019.

Latest Leaks about Nokia 9 PureView Successor

The original Nokia 9 PureView will be going to launch at MWC 2019 in late January. Meanwhile, the handset is rumored to has Six Camera setup and a thin-bezel display without notch.

Recently a video of Nokia 9 PureView is leaked checkout the video given below. Recently a Twitter account name call Nokia_Leaks has claimed that Nokia 9 PureView successor is in works with a Snapdragon 855 SoC. The new model is going to arrive in August 2019 with 5G network support.

There is also some other interesting thing about Nokia 9 PureView successor is that has a true edge-to-edge QHD (2K) display along with a dedicated cutout in the display for a selfie camera just like Samsung Galaxy S10.

The Twitter user also claims that there will be a six-camera setup, similar to the Nokia 9 PureView. Next-gen Nokia PureView has a bigger sensor with better image quality as compared to original Nokia 9.

But guys that’s just a piece of news there is no proper information about PureView successor we got from HMD Global or from trustable sources.

But We are covering ever news from on Nokia 9 PureView. If you have any question or query let us know in the comments below.

That said, Nokia brand licensee HMD Global can be expected to launch the Nokia 9 PureView either later this month, or at MWC 2019 next month. The smartphone is rumored to have an in-display fingerprint sensor, 6-inch display panel, 8GB RAM, and 256GB of onboard.

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