Exactly a year ago, HMD Global launched the Nokia 9 PureView, its top-of-the-range model that stood out for its set of five cameras on the back of the smartphone. At the time, he claimed the world's first smartphone with five cameras based on Zeiss Optics technology. Unfortunately, the equipment was criticized for having been released with dated components and the performance of the cameras left something to be desired.
AHMD can load and update the model, according to the Nokia Power User website. referred to that the new version could be called Nokia 9.2 or 9.3 PureView, and answering the criticisms, being able to go ahead with a powerful setup of five cameras that include a main sensor of 64 MP, supported by an ultra wide-angle lens of 108 MP. The set aims to be more versatile and also includes depth, macro and telephoto sensors.
As far as the processor is concerned, the smartphone can offer a Snapdragon 865, that is, it brings a lift support 5G from Qualcomm's most powerful chip. The company already has the Nokia 8.3 model as the current top of the range, also with 5G. But it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon765G processor and a set of four Zeiss cameras, highlighting its wide-angle lens, capable of recording in 4K, and the promise of capturing images with good quality in low light conditions.
According to the tips the website received, HMD would have plans to reveal this new model during MWC, but the plans were postponed. Even so, although this new penta-camera is not confirmed, the company will be able to present news about the next top of the range during this first half of the year.