HMD Global soft-launched the Nokia 9 Pureview in India on July 10. The company announced the price and availability of the smartphone without any event or pomp and show. Now, in the same month, rumours have started pouring in about a successor: the Nokia 9.1 PureView. It is being speculated that the new flagship could be launched in Q4 of 2019 with better cameras and a more powerful chipset.
According to NokiaPowerUser, the Nokia 9.1 PureView could be launched in Q4 this year. Earlier, it was reported that the smartphone might be launched in Q3 but the latest report says that the launch has been delayed to Q4. It is being said that the delay is due to some unresolved issues in certain aspects of the phone, such as its camera.
The report says, “Nokia 9.1 testing and feedback cycle has HMD development team focused on resolving some issues related to some of the major USPs of the smartphone, the camera being one of them. HMD doesn’t want to hurry and wants to avoid the bad press that Nokia 9 Pureview faced initially.”―Digit