A bunch of Nokia Daredevil real life photos have surfaced on Chinese social network, Baidu. And they reveal a Lumia style camera placement on the phone.
The device has triple rear cameras which are placed inside a circlular housing. It sort of reminds me of Moto’s weird robot-face cameras.
The Nokia Daredevil has triple rear cameras with the ZEISS branding and an LED flash which are aligned symmetrically. One of the 3 cameras seems to be a ToF sensor.
But another photo shows a different design, with no rings around the cameras. Maybe there are two variants of the phone. There is a third photo which looks slightly different again. There is a fingerprint scanner on the back panel of the phone.
Moving on to the front panel, the Nokia Daredevil sports a water-drop notch for the selfie camera, with a thick frame around the screen. There is a large chin, and Nokia has etched its logo there, making it look worse. The homescreen shows that the device is running on stock Android.
The device has a USB Type-C port, and at least one of the photos shows that the phone has a depression on the top frame for the 3.5mm headphone jack.
One photo spotted by Nokiamob shows the EXIF info of the camera, which says that the Nokia Daredevil has a 48MP lens.
There is no launch date for the phone yet, we’ll keep an eye out for more info about the Daredevil.