- Curved edge bezel-less display
- 6GB/8GB RAM with internal storage of 64GB/128GB
- Infrared projector at the back panel
With Nokia launching its flagship smartphone, Nokia 8, all eyes are not set on the much-rumoured Nokia 9 device which is speculated to be Nokia‘s first phone with a bezel-less display. On one hand there are rumours that the Nokia 9 is will launch by the end of this year, there are other sources too that reveal that the next flagship smartphone by the Finnish giant will be unveiled during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 that is scheduled to commence in February. However, the invites sent by the company tell a different story. It says, “The next big milestone for Nokia smartphones is here. Don’t forget to tune in and watch what is in store for you.” However, launch of Nokia 9 remains rumoured that also launch of Nokia 9 can negatively affect the sale of Nokia 8 which was launched by the company just last year.
A new concept render image of the unannounced smartphone from Nokia has been created by the Upcoming Phones that reveals that Nokia 9 Edge will feature a design similar to Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note 8.
As per rumours, the Nokia 9 Edge will feature a 5.5-inch curved full-screen display. It will come in an all-metal sleek design. The smartphone will sport a pair of 16-megapixel sensors arranged vertically along with a dual-LED flash. The standout feature of the smartphone is the appearance of an infrared projector at the back panel of the Nokia 9 Edge that is capable of mirroring the display of the phone. The back also houses the fingerprint scanner just below the camera setup.
On the front, there is an 8-megapixel selfie camera. There is no information regarding the chipset on the smartphone. The Upcoming Phones claims that the base model of the smartphone will come with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage and the high-end version will feature 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
The speculation of HMD Global working on Nokia 9 remain rumours as there is official statement regarding the new device. The concept image seems to be inspired by Nokia 8. However, it is possible that the company follows the latest trend of thin-bezels and larger display. Do let us know of your take in the comments section below.