HMD has not revealed anything on successor Nokia flagship device, since after the release of Nokia 9 PureView early this year in Feb. But thanks to Nokia Power User for doing this excellent job, exposing HMD’s upcoming flagship Nokia 9.1 PureView, and is giving us a good idea what the gadget will have or when it will make a debut.
The source claimed HMD Global (Nokia owner) is working on Nokia 9.1 PureView, which will be the first Nokia’s 5G smartphone, too. The handset is alleged to tuck inside a Snapdragon 855 and X50 modem. In addition, Nokia Power User gave a short briefing on design and look; it suggested Nokia 9.1 version will adopt a punch hole (in-display) camera style, just like Nokia X71.
Familiar people with Nokia plans informed Nokia first decided to bring 9.1 PureView in Q3, but updating its strategy the company wants more time to work with Light. (Note: Light is an optical company, which had launched the world’s first Sixteen Lenses Camera ‘L16’ last year.) Nokia 9 PureView is suffering some camera issues, and HMD wishes to solve them not to see those anymore, that's why 9.1 launches delayed to Q4 2019.
Another reason to holdup Nokia 9.1 release is Android Q. The brand is waiting for the next-generation Android OS, which will arrive sometime in October or November 2019. So get ready to enjoy the whole new interface and the latest updates with Nokia 9.1 PureView.