Released date and price
NokiaMobexpects the handset to be released after June 2020, (between october and december 2020)
By contrast, Nokia Power User claims that the Nokia 9.2 will likely be sold at a starting price of $799 (~£640), which would make it a lot more expensive than its predecessor.
This artistic impression shows off a notch-free screen and a circular camera module which houses four camera sensors, while the rear panel is a smooth, dark blue shade.Another concept video, this time from Concept Creator, also showed what the new Nokia could possibly look like – once again featuring a circular According to Nokia Anew, the brand is testing out an under-display camera for its latest flagship; that would mean that the selfie camera is completely obscured during day-to-day usage, with the display uninterrupted by a notch. This would be a massive advance for the market; though we’ve seen prototypes of this tech, it’s never yet been featured on a commercial smartphone.camera module.Yet there are even more exciting rumours about why the screen in the above render is noticeably notch-free.
The most unique feature of the Nokia 9 Pureview was its unique camera arrangement, which consisted of five 12-megapixel lenses plus a Time-of-Flight sensor displayed in a trypophobia-triggering pattern to rival the infamous iPhone
As the Nokia 9 PureView’s radical camera system met with mixed reviews upon launch, the 9.2 will probably have a more traditional camera system like to other phones on the market. We expect a high-resolution primary sensor accompanied by one or two complementary snappers to provide some added versatility; for instance, an ultrawide lens or a telephoto sensor.
The Nokia 9.2 PureView will employ the Snapdragon 865 processor, Qualcomm’s current top-tier chipset.This news is promising due to its high-performance potential, though it’s not exactly surprising for a flagship phone after all. Where it holds real significance is that this means the 9.2 would boast 5G connectivity, since the Snapdragon 865 runs in conjunction with an X55 modem.
This could make it only the brand’s second 5G-compatible phone, following the launch of the Nokia 8.3 5G.Further to this, the fansite Nokia Power User also claims to have uncovered more specifications of the phone, including its 4500mAh battery capacity, 120Hz display refresh rate, and wireless charging capability. We’d take these claims with a pinch of salt for now, until they are further corroborated.