Rumor has it, Nokia 9 (TA-1094) packed five back cameras detected online
On the Internet, a new Nokia smartphone was discovered, which was subordinated to Nokia 9. The image, which was first posted on IThomes’ Chinese blog and later published by the blog, shows a device that is said to be Nokia 9 with five rear camera settings. That’s very interesting because the highest thing we’ve ever seen on the smartphone is the triple-tuning of the Huawei P20 Pro camera released earlier this year.
This is not the first time that Nokia is rumored to be working on a smartphone with a Penta lens, but this is the first time that we have seen a prototype of real life and not the concept of rendering. While Tipper calls it Nokia 9, IThomes believes it can be called Nokia 10. The phone comes with a TA-1094 model number, so it can be called Nokia 9. However, we remember that several manifestations of the Nokia 10 concept made laps at the beginning of this year.
A specialist claiming to have been aware of all Snapdragon 845 smartphones also released a list that includes Nokia 10 as one of the models introduced with Qualcomm’s flagship 2018 Snapdragon 845 System 0n chips. The Nokia 10 circuits were also the subject of a recent leak that pointed to the installation of a revolver camera, but in this image, the lenses are fixed.
The camera has a ZEISS symbol, which means that it is made by ZEISS. The current ZEISS patent for the installation of a Penta camera could give an idea of how the installation works. The patented technology uses a range of additional lenses with different focal lengths and is mounted on the basis of a rotating lens located between the camera sensor and a conventionally fixed lens. In this case, there is no rotating basis and therefore it is possible that the software is working from the transition from one sensor to another. The roles of the five lenses can be associated with telephoto lenses, black-and-white, color, blurred and multilink pixel syntheses, but we are not so sure. There is not a word when Nokia 2018 will introduce its flagship, but we expect it to happen in the near future.