After months of rumors and delays, the Nokia 9 PureView is finally expected to make its debut on February 24th at the brand’s MWC event. And with under two weeks to go, the smartphone has just been spotted on the Android Enterprise Recommended website alongside a few key specs and a render.
Corroborating previous leaks, the device shown sports a 6-inch display complete with an 18:9 aspect ratio and relatively thick bezels above and below the display. This is combined with a unique camera setup on the rear which, while not pictured, features five individual cameras, a large LED flash and what is presumed to be a laser autofocus system.
Internally, Qualcomm’s 2018 flagship processor, the Snapdragon 845, is to be expected in combination with 128GB of internal storage and just 4GB of RAM, according to this particular listing. This RAM count is pretty disappointing considering the smartphone will be marketed as a flagship device and won’t exactly be cheap. Nevertheless, rumors do suggest a model with 6GB of RAM could be on the way.
Other details confirmed by the listing are NFC support and Android 9 Pie straight out of the box. The vanilla version of the latter will come pre-installed as part of the Android One program. Previous leaks also point towards a battery capacity in the region of 4,000mAh.
As mentioned above, the Nokia 9 PureView should make its debut on February 24th alongside the Nokia 6.2. The flagship’s release date remains unconfirmed at the moment but recent pricing info points towards a price tag of around €750 in most European markets. If sold in the US, a price tag of between $750 and $800 should be expected.