Rumors and leaks mentioning Nokia's handset with five cameras have been rather frequent lately, and a real-life Nokia smartphone with five cameras has just surfaced online as well. If you take a look at the provided image, you will be able to see the phone, and its rather interesting setup on the back. This phone seems to be made out of metal and glass, while five cameras are included on its back, along with some additional sensors.
As you can see, three cameras are placed in the same row, while the remaining two are put off on the side, one on each side, and above them, you'll notice an LED flash, and an additional sensor, which seems to be a laser autofocus sensor. Having said that, this image also reveals that the physical keys will be included on the right, while ZEISS branding is also included on the device, so ZEISS' optics will be a part of the package as well, as expected. This rear-facing camera setup is somewhat different than the one that surfaced a couple of days ago, though that's not surprising, as yesterday's leak only showed a sketch of a phone, so it's probably one of Nokia's prototypes, and it's possible that the company opted for the one that just leaked, as the rear-facing setup looks much better, and more organized.
Now, you will also notice that the phone's model number is included on the back as well, TA-1094, which suggests that this is the upcoming Nokia 9 flagship, as that model number has surfaced a number of times thus far in connection to the Nokia 9, and a phone with that model number even got certified by MIIT authority in China. Having said that, the Nokia 8 was announced back in September last year, so it's possible that its successor, the Nokia 9, will land before the end of this month, or October at the latest. The device is expected to be fueled by the Snapdragon 845 64-bit octa-core processor, while it will probably ship with at least 6GB of RAM on the inside, and Android 9 Pie out of the box, as the phone will be a part of Google's Android One project.
UPDATE: image re-uploaded.