The worst kind of leak to fall victim to is an own goal. In the processes of getting anything approved by certain groups and agencies, there will be the potential for some of those materials to be left open to the public for a short window, be it at the FCC, the Wi-Fi Alliance or other such bodies.
Well, it’s in this context that we’re learning that the Nokia 9 PureView may have just been certified under the Android Enterprise Solutions program. The listing has since been pulled from the devices directory, but MySmartPrice reports that the device was described as having a 6-inch display, Android 9 Pie, a fingerprint sensor of some sort, NFC support and 128GB of storage.
The PureView was also listed to have 4GB of RAM. We likely will see at least an option for 6GB of RAM, though, and will have much more to talk about than just RAM — like the five rear cameras we’ll see. A launch is expected at MWC 2019.
To all the manufacturers out there: watch out with what you do for the Android Enterprise recommendation.