Nokia’s expected smartphone, Nokia 9.1 PureView, was rumored to be launched in the year 2019. However, the whole year has passed by. In the Q4 of 2019, we heard that Nokia would be delaying the launch of the Nokia 9.1 PureView to 2020. However, the latest rumor has it that there will be no Nokia 9.1. Instead, we have the Nokia 9.2 PureView in the news now that will be launched in late 2020.
Since the last year, Nokia has been continuously breaking the hearts of its loyal users by delaying the launch of the 5G supportive 9.1 PureView device. However, according to the latest rumors now the 5-G compatible smartphone, Nokia 9.2 will be now somewhere in the late 2020.
HMD Global announced the first of the Nokia 9 PureView series at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2019. Even this device was launched after a number of delays. Looks like delaying has become a habit of Nokia PureView series.
After the success of Nokia 9 PureView, a Nokia 9.1 PureView 5G was in news and was expected to be powered by
However, the company was not sure about the naming pattern of this series. It was first expected to be Nokia 9.1 PureView 5G. However, the announcement about this device kept on getting delayed.
Finally a fresh news has come from Nokia Anew, a Twitter handle about the latest news regarding Nokia devices has put forward that the late 2020 will experience the launch of Nokia 9.2 PureView 5G.
As a reason for this delay, Nokia 9.2 will be powered by Snapdragon 865. This probably means that the device will be a 5G compatible smartphone. Besides that there are no other leaks as of now.
The Nokia 9 PureView came with a Snapdragon 845 processor and housed a penta lens camera setup. Hopefully, the noteworthy specifications of the Nokia 9 PureView will be retained with some upgrades in the upcoming successor of the 9 PureView series.
Another announcement by HMD Global at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit 2019 revealed a SD765 powered device with a copper frame. It is also expected to get a round-shaped camera module powered by ZEISS imaging technology. Pure display supporting HDR playback could also be expected. However, no leaks on the name have yet been found.
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