Last weekend there was a pretty big leak concerning a new mystery Nokia device, known as the Nokia 10. Everybody was shocked to learn that the device is going to have 5 camera sensors, within a penta lens setup. Now a new sketch has appeared, detailing the integration of the sensors.
According to Nokiapoweruser, a trusted leakster of Nokia devices, the product uses a Zeiss multi lens zoom mechanism. The cameras should be put in a circular ring and the lens at the center would be the primary camera, while the others would be hidden inside the module. The interesting bit comes when you learn that the secondary lenses will rotate and come in the focal path of the primary module.
Thus they will provide different zoom ranges. This leak is only supposed to be a product of imagination, a sort of sketch render based on reports and patents. An actual protoype, image or render has yet to surface for the Nokia 10. It will obviously be a flagship, with a Snapdragon 845 processor, 3D glass, a lot of RAM and most likely a hardcore selfie camera.
Judging by the sketch above the camera module feels a bit like the one on the Lumia 1020, only different sensors arrangement. This feels more like an IFA product than a MWC 2018 one, so we’re in for quite a wait.