Upcoming Nokia Flagship Phone Leaked In Sketch, Reveals Dual Rear Camera

Sketches of a possible Nokia flagship has leaked online. The said renders revealed that Nokia could possibly be working on a high-end smartphone with a Zeiss dual camera. There have already been past rumors indicating that HMD could be partnering up with Zeiss for an upcoming phone. However, the company has never confirmed this speculation.

Leakster Nokibar, via GSM Arena, allegedly got hold of the sketches of the high-powered Nokia smartphone. It was revealed that the said phone will generally follow the design language of the recently released Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3. It would only differ in quality specifications particularly on the camera department.

Nevertheless, the fact that the leaked photos are mere sketches, there's still no assurance that this specific design will ultimately materialize. Take note that design sketches are typically just a first step for designers and developers. With that said, there's also a good chance that there have been a lot of sketches that have been drawn and not all of which will reach the manufacturer's plant.

As of the other details about the supposed flagship Nokia phone, NokiaPowerUser said that the phone could use a Snapdragon 835 chipset. This chip is this year's fastest processor from Qualcomm, and so far, none of the Nokia phones has it. The said blog also believes that this leaked smartphone will be called Nokia 9.

It was said that there could also be a Nokia 8 in the works. However, the Nokia 8 is expected to be more like a top-ranking midrange phone instead of a flagship one. It will also run a midrange processor that is the Snapdragon 660. The said Nokia 8 may also come with Zeiss optics. However, it may not sport dual lens cameras like the alleged Nokia 9 flagship phone. As of now, there are still no clear details as to when the next set of Nokia phones will arrive. With a leak as simple as a sketched phone, there's good chance that the upcoming Nokia phone is still in its designing phase.

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