HMD Global has managed to revive the Nokia brand, and the manufacturer is hard at work on the development of new devices. While the brand may not enjoy the same influence it had almost a decade ago, it remains quite popular among many smartphone owners.
According to a new report, HMD Global plans to release a new premium device with an interesting design change. It seems that the device will feature a custom waterfall display with a screen-to-body ratio of almost 100%.
It is also thought that the device will sport five camera sensors on the rear, like the ones present on the Nokia 9.1 PureView. Before we go further, it is important to mention that most of the rumors are based on leaked renders, and there is no conclusive proof at this point.
In the leaked renders, it is easy to spot the waterfall display, placed between an incredibly-thing bezel, which is almost invisible. On the bottom of the device there is a speaker grille, a SIM tray, and a USB-C port. Sadly, it seems that HMD Global plans to ditch the fan-favorite headphone jack in the case of this device.
On the rear, we can see five camera sensors manufactured by Zeiss. The camera bump is placed in the middle of the upper area of the device and features a large sensor in the middle with fore smaller ones spread in close to the corners of the primary one. A Time-of-Flight or ToF sensor is also present near the camera bump.
At this points, the possible specs of the device remain a secret, but some sources anticipate the use of the Snapdragon 855 SoC coupled with at least 4GB of RAM. The device should also offer a generous amount of internal storage space, but it seems that it will not offer the option to use a memory card.
More data about the device could surface in the future.