The back panel is made of glass and one can clearly see Nokia branding as well. The notch has enough space to house a front-facing camera sensor, the earpiece, and a couple of other sensors, like a proximity sensor and ambient light sensor. The most notable feature can be seen at the back panel that shows five camera sensors.
HMD Global isn't the only company seemingly working on a futuristic multi-lens smartphone.
The camera array appears to be odd-looking and it also comes with two additional circles, one for the LED flash and the next for IR focusing.
When you combine this leak with Nokia's re-acquisition of the PureView trademark, it seems as though Nokia may have some pretty major camera enhancements in store for its upcoming phone.
We'll be hones from the get-go: we don't know how to react to this. The recent FCC filings have confirmed that Hemingdi Technologies is a manufacturer of some of the Nokia smartphones. The handset is expected to come with a notched display and an in-display fingerprint reader. However, the feature was recently removed on the Nokia 6.1 Plus, according to a thread on the Nokia community forum. It's an option that turns the entire status bar black so that you don't notice the notch and it makes it look as though the phone has symmetrical bezels. It was also then reported to launch at IFA as well, but that didn't happen either.
To start with the press render first, Twitter user Ben Geskin has released a press render of the Nokia 9 with a penta-camera setup.