Smartphone with a triple rear camera setup of Nokia, a smartphone maker owned by HMD Global, has been spotted. It can be the next smartphone of the Nokia 8 Series launched in 2017. At the same time, the company will soon launch its five-camera smartphone Nokia 9 PureView in India. This information was obtained through the company’s official social media. Nokia India also recently tweaked and told that five cameras will be given in the Nokia 9 Pureview. After this smartphone, another camera-centric phone of the company has leaked to social media.
Nokia launched the flagship smartphones of Nokia 8 Series in 2017. The smartphone with this mysterious triple rear camera is being described as the next smartphone of this series. According to the leaked photo, the triple camera and the LED flash have been embedded in the ring shape in its back.
This kind of ring-shaped camera setup can be found in the Motorola’s Moto G7 smartphone launched this year. In addition, the fingerprint scanner is immediately below the Triple Rear camera setup in the leaked photo. Clearly, Nokia has not used the in-display fingerprint sensor camera at the moment.
It is also known in the picture of Nokia’s smartphone with this triple rear camera that its camera has been given 48 megapixels. Like other Nokia’s other smartphones, it can also be launched with the Android One platform i.e. you can also see stock Android. However, there is currently no information available about this smartphone nor Nokia has made an official announcement so far.
Talk about the company’s flagship smartphone Nokia 9 PureView, which launches this month, it will be launched with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SOC processor and Pentax camera setup. This smartphone was first showcased at the Barcelona Mobile World Congress held in February. This smartphone can be launched with 6-inch OLED display and 6GB RAM. It can be given onboard 128GB storage. Users are awaiting this smartphone since February. However, the company has not yet announced the official date for the launch of this smartphone.