A penta-lens Nokia 9 would bring five cameras to the back of the smartphone alone. Check this out to see how it might look.
Take a look at this Nokia 9 render. It takes all the recent leaks and rumors of the penta-lens smartphone and details them.
The penta-lens Nokia that's been rumored and partially leaked is back in a real-life photo showing off all five of its cameras
Nokia is teasing its "most awaited phone" for August 21, which probably means that the Nokia 9 is just around the corner to take on the competition.
The Galaxy Note 9 apparently will get Fortnite as a launch exclusive, but will that really help sales out? Will tariffs ruin everything? It's all on our show today!
It'll have a refined look, feel and overall design, but at what cost? Is it enough for stock Android? Will it be justified with other hardware on-board?
Reportedly codenamed A1P, A1 Plus and AOP, HMD Global's first true flagship is likely to go official at IFA Berlin as the OLED-sporting Nokia 9.
If this plausible-looking but crazy-sounding "leak" is to be trusted, the Nokia 9 could well start a new "camera revolution", combining some of the best Huawei P20 Pro and Galaxy S9+ technologies.
A fingerprint scanner embedded directly into the screen of an upcoming Nokia 9 smartphone could be its key selling point, alongside a dreamy penta-lens camera setup.
HMD Global probably has a bunch of exciting new Nokia-branded stuff to showcase at MWC 2018, and you can watch all the action unfold on YouTube.
You can probably file this under "too good to be true", but anonymous insiders seem to believe there's a Nokia 8 Pro in the pipeline with five, yes, five rear-facing camera lenses.
If a couple of press renders weren't enough to give you an idea of the mammoth Nokia 7 Plus size, here's a live image of the 6-inch phone in a user's hand.
This is your ultimate preview guide for MWC 2018, the Barcelona-hosted trade fair that will see a whole bunch of exciting new smartphones debut in a little over a week.
The Nokia 9 has a pretty characteristic look to it, if we're to believe the rumors, so this really has to be it, right? We'll have to be sure...
Inspired by a Mediterranean wind, and reminiscent of an old luxury slider, the Nokia 8 Sirocco name has been revealed in Thailand as designating the long-rumored TA-1005 flagship smartphone.
All we know about the Nokia product(s) to be unveiled at MWC 2018 in Barcelona on February 25 is they are "awesome", according to HMD CPO Juho Sarvikas.
It obviously comes as no surprise that there are a bunch of new Nokia smartphones in the pipeline, but the Nokia 4 name still seems highly unlikely.
It's pretty obvious that long overdue Nokia 9 is right around the corner, most likely with 6GB RAM, Android 8.0 Oreo and Snapdragon 835 inside.
We can't be 100 percent certain the TA-1005 model number designates the as-yet-unreleased Nokia 9, but what else could it be with a 5.5-inch OLED screen?
HMD Global could unveil as many as three Nokia smartphones in January 2018, including a refreshed Nokia 6, plus a 4G-enabled 3310 "dumb" handset.
HMD Global is rumored to be wasting no time next year unveiling the high-end Nokia 9, alongside a 2018 edition of the Nokia 8 with a 2:1 screen.
HMD's most modest and powerful smartphones are yet to come, with the Nokia 2 likely to fetch $99, and the Nokia 9 featuring a rear fingerprint sensor.
Priced at the equivalent of $375 in China, HMD's new Nokia 7 borrows a lot of features from the costlier 8, but only comes with a rear camera and SD630 SoC.