We've seen rumors of a new Nokia smartphone with a penta-lens camera setup floating around the Internet since last September. Now these rumors have been all but confirmed and it looks like we are pretty close to an official launch of the device.

Website mysmartprice.com has published what looks like a promotional video for the as yet unannounced device. In addition "professional leaker" Evan Blass posted an image of the new device on his Twitter account. In the video the device is called the Nokia 9 PureView and can be seen with the rumored penta-lens camera on the back.

According to the video, the camera captures five images simultaneously when the shutter is pressed. This results in more light being captured than on conventional cameras and therefore produces better-than-usual low light capabilities. Images can also be refocused after capture, but there is no talk about zoom performance.

The new Nokia will allegedly also come with a 5.99-inch “PureDisplay” that supports the HDR10 standard and features an in-display fingerprint reader. The device will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and 6GB of RAM. 128GB of built-in storage are on board as well.

While general specs are pretty much in line with other current high-end smartphones, the upcoming Nokia's camera definitely will stand out from the crowd when the phone is made official. This could happen pretty soon and we'd expect the Nokia 9 PureView to be announced at the Mobile World Congress in February at the latest.