So the three Nokia phones unveiled at MWC are obviously not the company’s flagship handsets, which we guess in a way was a bit disappointing. However not to worry because last we heard, Nokia has at least two flagships planned for 2017 and we also heard that their partnership with Carl Zeiss might continue in the camera department.

Now thanks to a sketch, we might have a very rough idea of what the phone(s) could look like. The sketch comes courtesy of leakster Nokibar (via NPU) who apparently redrew what he saw in a previous sketch. What this means is that this is anything but accurate, but like we said it should give us a very rough idea of what we can expect in terms of design.

It’s not much to look at based on the drawing, but it seems that the Nokia 8/9 or whatever they plan on calling it will feature a Carl Zeiss lens on the back as you can see in the branding. While the sketch doesn’t show it, apparently it has a pillow-shaped back which is typical in Nokia’s earlier Lumia handsets, and apparently there is a fingerprint sensor as well.

Other rumored specs of the Nokia flagships include the use of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 which should make it a pretty speedy handset. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but hopefully we won’t have to wait too long before Nokia makes these official.

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