The latest leak surrounding the Nokia 9 PureView came from Google itself through a listing ‘accidentally’ published on Andorid’s Enterprise catalog of supported devices. The listing showed a render of the front the phone with the screen off. Still, it’s in line with leaks we’ve already seen. The listing has since been taken down.Render from Android Enterprise site
The listing confirms the phone’s 6-inch display and Android 9.0 running onboard. It also mentions 4GB of RAM and 128G of on-board storage. The entry also mentions fingerprint and NFC support, but the Nokia 9 PureView won’t support “Zero-touch Support” which means that Enterprise administrators wouldn’t be able to manage certain aspects of the devices remotely.Source: NokiaMob.net
Otherwise, there isn’t much more groundbreaking news to come from this listing. The Nokia 9 PureView is going to be the world’s first five-camera smartphone and the industry has very high expectations for Nokia to deliver with the camera.Leaked renders of Nokia 9 PureView
The Nokia 9 will run a Snapdragon 845 but rumor has it that it will release an updated version with a Snapdragon 855 and 5G compatibility later in the year. The Nokia 9 PureView will likely be announced at Nokia’s launch event taking place at the MWC next Sunday.