HMD Global’s MWC 2019 invite teases Nokia 9 PureView and mysterious punch hole phone

As we’re closing in on MWC, manufacturers are starting to tease us on what to expect. Nokia is also joining the party and hinting about announcements in Barcelona on February 24th, which aligns with the date and location of Mobile World Congress. What appear to be two promotional images also corroborate this, showing off what may be the Nokia 9 PureView and another phone.

Two days ago, Nokia’s very own Chief Product Officer tweeted about an exciting announcement on February 24. Today a teaser showing a disproportionate number of rear cameras, the hashtag “#Coolnewstuff,” and the date and location of MWC mysteriously appeared on the web, implying the Finnish company could disclose new devices in Barcelona. While Nokia hasn’t given specifics on what to expect, the images suggest the manufacturer could reveal the Nokia 9 PureView during MWC in Barcelona this year.

The sensors on the teaser follow the same layout we’ve seen on previous Nokia Nokia 9 leaks, although only four are visible, while the phone is expected to boast five of them. Few details are known about this handset, but it’s safe to say it will come with Zeiss Optics, and offer a bloat-free interface thanks to Android One. Previous renders have also shown it should have an in-screen fingerprint scanner, a Snapdragon 845 Processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, wireless charging, and no notch.

A second leaked teaser sports the silhouette of what seems to be another phone, this one with a hole in its screen. Renders of a similar handset were exposed earlier this month, showing a device with two cameras and a fingerprint scanner on the back, as well as a headphone jack and a USC-C port. This appears to be a lower-end device than the Nokia 9 PureView, but we’ll have to wait a few weeks to know its name.

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