After a series of delays, the Nokia 9 PureView finally gets an official launch date
HMD Global has officially confirmed that it will be launching the Nokia 9 PureView next month at MWC. A few days ago, the company revealed a teaser invite for an event scheduled for February 24, with the images there alluding to the imminent launch of the penta-lens Nokia 9 Pureview and the Nokia 6.2 that will feature a punch hole.
Rumors of the Nokia 9 PureView have been rife for well over a year now. The device was touted to be released at IFA last year but was supposedly postponed to December. Rumors then claimed it would be launched in January but we will have to wait an extra month to see HMD’s magnum opus.
The Nokia 9 will feature an industry-first penta-lens setup, and we’re very curious to see how HMD Global handles the camera array. Going by information from multiple sources, the Nokia 9 PureView could launch with a Snapdragon 845, which is a bummer since we’re also going to get the first wave of Snapdragon 855-powered phones at MWC next month.
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