Nokia 9 Pureview could be launched in 2019, as an HMD Global executive stated that the company was ‘unhappy’ with the quality of its rear cameras. Nokia 9 Pureview could launch in 2019. This cites an interview with HMD Global marketing head for Germany, Britta Gerbracht, during the local launch of Nokia 8.1. The upcoming phone, to be the world’s first with five rear cameras, is expected to be Nokia’s first to carry PureView branding.
At the Germany launch event, using the ‘Nokia 9’ name on a few occasions, referring to it as an ‘upcoming flagship’ with a ‘delayed launch’. The company has claimed to have experienced quality issues with the camera configuration, which would eliminate the chances of it being launched by the year-end. It further states that the smartphone company had recently held discussions with smartphone component maker Foxconn, who have faced ‘challenges’ during production.
Nokia 9 Pureview will reportedly feature five cameras in a hexagonal shape, which also appears to include a dual-tone LED flash module. The phone is rumoured to have a 5.9-inch QHD display, with 3D protective glass. It could also run the Snapdragon 845 processor, as it rear cameras are expected to feature Zeiss branding.