The flagship smartphone Nokia 9.2 may become the first mobile phone in the world with a front-facing camera integrated in the display – without cutouts and “holes”. For this reason, the company HMD, which owns the Nokia brand for smartphones, apparently postponed the release of the top in the line of the device to a later date.
This is reported by the GSMArena resource, citing a proven source in the industry. It is also noted that the new Nokia smartphone will not have a “tricked out” main photomodule with an abundance of lenses – the brand will return to the classic layout (or will be close to it).
It is still unclear whether anyone will be able to get ahead of HMD and release their “first in the world” smartphone of a similar design – earlier, a number of vendors voiced plans to produce smartphones with a “screen” camera, and Oppo showed a concept.