Alleged photo of the Nokia 9 PureView
At the Nokia 8.1’s launch event earlier this week HMD Global chose to be pretty vocal about its past, present, and future. The company revealed that it has so far sold 70 million Nokia phones and admitted that flagships will eventually become a focus. And now, a newly-published report has revealed that it also spoke about the Nokia 9 PureView.
Speaking to German media, HMD Global’s head of German PR, Britta Gerbracht, confirmed that a high-end smartphone is to be expected towards the beginning of 2019. She also dropped the “Nokia 9” name a few times during the interview and admitted that there had been some delays. According to the representative, HMD Global wants to focus on quality with its next flagship. In this particular case, the company wasn’t happy with the results produced by the rear camera setup so it decided to push back the smartphone’s release.