Two premium Nokia smartphones have leaked online showcasing that the Finnish manufacturer has some high-end devices on the way. Both of the new devices are currently unannounced which means there is no details regarding the hardware just yet, and they're not alone as they're being advertised next to the Nokia 3 and the Nokia 5, both of which are devices that launched a little earlier this year and were announced even earlier at Mobile World Congress back in February.
The two phones along with Nokia's already available Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 made a brief appearance on the video sharing website Vimeo before being pulled not long after it went up. The video which looked to be an official promotional advertisement for the phones was complete with music and the Nokia branding at the end of the clip, so that suggests that eventually Nokia will end up publishing the video advertisement at some point in the future, and judging by the accidental leak of the video which looks finalized, these two new phones could be coming up soon with an official announcement.
While there are little bits and pieces of the two new devices that are different when it comes to the design scheme, most of the phones look similar to the other Nokia smartphones and follow along the same path in the design department. The left-most device in the image above has a dual rear camera for example, but it's also contained in the same style of metal plate that surrounds the cameras on the other Nokia android devices that have recently launched. The left-most phone also appears to have a mirror-like finish, which could suggest that the body material used was glass, not too unlike the HTC U11 which was just announced earlier this morning. There isn't any concrete information about either of the two new phones, which are the two devices on the left, but rumors are suggesting that they could be the Nokia 9, Nokia 8, or Nokia 7. Whatever they end up being, it seems likely that both of the two unannounced devices will be higher tiered than the Nokia 6, which could satisfy consumers who have been waiting on Nokia to launch a premium device.