After months of speculation on just how powerful the new Nokia 9 Pureview is really going to be, renders and listing of the phone was leaked by none other than Google, the software partner of Nokia, in which they provide the smartphone manufacturers with their Android OS. All the months of hardwork and secrecy was upended by an accidental posting by the company.
On their official Android site, the new Nokia 9 made a surprise appearance on the Device catalog for the Android operating system, which shows off all the smartphones that have Android built-in to them. The listing for the Nokia 9 was quickly taken out, though at the time you could only access that listing through a mobile browser.
Through Google’s mishap we now know that the phone has a 6-inch display, 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage, as well as running Android 9 as its OS straight out of the box. It also has NFC support and fingerprint sensing capabilities, but no Zero Touch support, meaning users won’t be able to access the phone remotely.
What wasn’t confirmed was the 5 camera capabilities of the phone, with early leaks stated that the Nokia 9 Pureview will the world’s first five camera smartphone. In any case, we will see the Nokia 9 Pureview in all its glory when Nokia officially releases the phone at the Mobile World Congress 2019 next Sunday.