HMD made a strange move when they launched the Nokia 9.1 in February 2019 with an older SD 845 chipset under the hood. When that happened, the market expected that they will launch a Pro version of the phone carrying the latest chipset, but that did not happen at all.
It has been said that HMD could still be planning to launch a successor to this penta-camera phone with the same moniker, but multiple reports are against that right now. It now seems that the company will rather just launch a Nokia 9.2 (or Nokia 9.2 PureView instead), and this will be the one to bring the latest specs and chipsets on board.
By so doing, it would show that they have finally learnt from their mistake in testing the market that way.
The report confirming this has also stated that the phone could most likely launch with a new kind of camera setup, alongside bezel-less display too. Finally, we should not be expecting this device to make it to MWC in February as it could take some 4 months after that before it hits the market at all.
For now, all of these sounds like speculations, but they could as well turn out to be true.