Photos of a new Nokia phone have surfaced in leaked photos on the Chinese social network Weibo. The photos show how there seems to be a large round camera of 48 megapixels on the back.
The photos have since disappeared from the Chinese site, but can still be found on XDA Developers. The leaked images from user @fenibook show a device codenamed ‘daredevil.’ It is a phone from HMD Global, which makes Nokia devices.
The phone has four sensors on the back, at least two of which are cameras. One of these is a 48 megapixel sensor, although it is not immediately clear which sensor it is. Images have also been leaked from the camera software, making it appear that one of the cameras is a wide-angle lens.
Outside of the camera, other aspects of the phone have also been leaked. For example, you can see how the front camera has a drop-shaped notch, and that there is a fingerprint scanner on the back under the camera. There is also a 3.5mm port on the device, and an ‘AI button’ on the side. According to the screenshots, the device has a Snapdragon soc and runs on Android Pie.