HMD Global aka Nokia is rumored to be chipping away at a smartphone with a waterfall display that gives 100 percent screen-to-body ratio, like what we have seen earlier on Vivo NEX 3 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro. Renders of this upcoming smartphone have been spilled on Chinese Social Media. With the Penta-lens camera setup on the rear uncovering that it will be the successor to the Nokia 9 PureView. While there is no real way to survey the credibility of these renders. The featuring of the waterfall display makes for an intriguing rumor.
Overview Rumored Nokia Flagship
HMD Global, behind the restored Nokia brand, has so far been to a great extent traditionalist with its smartphone plans. While the odd Nokia 8110 4G feature phone has stood apart for being peculiar. Smartphones have been no place near the unbelievably eccentric smartphone plans that the Finnish Nokia of the past thought of. Honestly, there is a lesser extension for tweaking around with a smartphone configuration. Even inside that, Nokia’s plans have remained to a great extent cliché.
Rumored Specs and Features
The most recent concept render demonstrates a Nokia smartphone with no side bezels. With the display decreasing like a waterfall in curved edges. At the top and the bottom, the bezels are kept to an absolute minimum, with a flimsy strip at the top housing sensors, the earpiece, and the front camera.
The bottom bezels are razor dainty too, providing the smartphone a perfect, premium look of being all glass and screen in the front. To the back, there is a circular camera module that seems to be like the round module that we just saw in the new OnePlus 7T earlier. The module shows up marginally raised from the phone’s body, and that highlights five cameras on it alongside the Zeiss branding. To the side of the module resides what seems, by all accounts, to be a 3D Time of Flight (ToF) sensor and an LED flash with an ambient sensor.
The Smartphone base edge is likewise to include a spotless format with a single speaker grill and the USB-C port. We are taking a look at an early, render suggests that Nokia’s five-camera flagship, the Nokia 9 PureView. All things considered, there have been no reports of such a device till now. So it is smarter to consider these renders just as concept image until we learn more about them.