- HMD to unfold the mysterious Nokia 9 in 2018
- TA - 1054 received the certification in China
- Nokia 9 supposed to be bezel-free with edge to edge 3D glass display
With smartphones giants rolling out their flagship devices, how come Nokia could remain seated in the back. Yes, the company HMD has been certified in China for Nokia smartphone models TA-1054. Now, all are waiting for the release of Nokia’s most awaited device, Nokia 9. Although the entry-level Nokia 2 has been rolled out in the Indian market, still the users are desperately waiting for Nokia 9.
Recently, the smartphone Nokia 7 has made it to the Chinese market. There is no news of this product getting released in India in near future. The predecessor Nokia 8 of Nokia 9, already in the Indian market has gone up against the likes of OnePlus 5 and Honor 8 Pro with a cost of Rs. 36,999. The dual lens camera to the rear device made the headlines in October this year. Now, it is the time for the Nokia 9 to get unveiled.
There are many who believe that this smartphone wouldn’t make it to India until next year, but the hopes have soared up with the compulsory certification flagged off to another model of Nokia in China. Innumerable speculations have been made regarding the feature of the Nokia 9.
It is believed that the device will be bezel-free synchronizing with the new trend and will be sporting an edge-to-edge 3D glass display. The chances of the smartphone having 6GB/8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage space are quite high as these days, even in 10,999 one can buy Redmi Y1 4GB RAM device. Furthermore, the handheld device could also come with the IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.
The rumors related to a dual-lens rear camera setup with Carl Zeiss branding has been confirmed by the leaked renders. It is the cost, which can vary, still, it is expected to be around Rs. 57,000 in India. The time will only tell the truth in the buzz, but the future prediction of Nokia 9 seems to be promising. Better wait till the unveiling of the HMD device Nokia 9.
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