Nokia’s brand has been revamped after it quit the mobile market a few years ago, but it has lacked a truly head-turning flagship device since it was revived as part of a third-party licensing deal.
Now industry insiders believe that a new Nokia device called the 9 Pureview will make its maiden appearance ahead of the Mobile World Congress event, which is set to be held at the end of February this year.
TechRadar reports that the phone will sport a large 5.9-inch screen that has a QHD resolution and uses OLED panel technology similar to that found on the Galaxy S series from Samsung. It will also have an impressive 128GB of storage as standard, along with a waterproof chassis and a fingerprint scanner to help it keep pace with rival handsets.
The inclusion of the Pureview name tag suggests that the phone will also sport a truly impressive camera set-up, following in the footsteps of Nokia’s earlier efforts associated with this branding. Exactly what features it will bring to the table remain a mystery, but some suggest it could have five lenses and more megapixels than any of its competitors at its official launch next month.