Nokia’s New Flagship to come with Under-Screen Camera

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Nokia, which was purchased by HMD Global and wants to take a place in the smart phone sector, plans to introduce its new phones at MWC 2020. It was revealed that Nokia 9.2 PureView, one of the devices that the company plans to introduce at this event, will come with a screen camera.

Finland-based phone maker Nokia was once one of the most popular phone brands in the world, but it has become a brand that has not been seen in time, by not being able to keep up with the advancement of technology and the fact that smartphones take a much bigger place in the industry. Although the company has been struggling, it has not been able to find a place in this sector and has not yet achieved enough success to increase its popularity.

The company, which puts itself in the smartphone industry, is constantly working on new smartphones, and it seems that this time it is quite stable. At the MWC 2020 event, which will take place in the middle of next month, a new information has been shared about one of the smartphones that Nokia will introduce. According to rumors, Nokia will use a new camera technology on the Nokia 9.2 PureView flagship that it will introduce in MWC 2020.

Nokia 9.2 PureView to come with in-screen camera technology
Nokia_anew Twitter user, known for leaking information about Nokia branded smartphones, reported a new Tweet today to his followers. According to the user, HMD will use the under-screen camera technology in the new flagship Nokia 9.2 PureView. If this information is correct, Nokia will have the opportunity to be the first company to launch a smartphone equipped with this technology.

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It has already been known that many smartphone manufacturers that have proven themselves in the smartphone industry such as Samsung, Xiaomi and Oppo are working on this technology, but it is surprising that Nokia, which has lost its popularity, will come across with such technology. Of course, no matter how ‘reliable’ the source is, this is just a claim for now, so we will see whether Nokia will use this type of technology at the MWC 2020 event, which will begin on the 24th of next month.

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