• OnLeaks and CompareRaja revealed thin bezels and missing headphone jack
  • Nokia might release the Nokia 9 by the mid of 2018
  • Nokia 7 is also expected featuring a curved display

Nokia is back in the game again and has released a couple of smartphones during 2017. There are rumors again that the Finnish multinational giant is all set to launch another flagship phone, the Nokia 9. Previously a number of leaks and speculations had been floating around the internet about the Nokia 9 and now we have a 3D video as well as some images to make it clear how the smartphone would look like, thanks to Onleaks and CompareRaja.

Nokia 9

The images posted by OnLeaks are based on CAD designs and they give a clear image of the exterior design of the smartphone. OnLeaks has a pretty good reputation and most of its leaks have been fairly accurate in the past. The Nokia 9 is expected to come with a curved glass display somewhat similar to the Samsung Galaxy 8 and we might see a large reduction in bezels. It will feature a large 5.5-inch QHD AMOLED screen.

The images also revealed a fingerprint sensor and a dual camera setup(from Zeiss Optics) at the rear. The only port on the phone is the Type C USB port. Yes, you heard it right. There was no sign of the 3.5 mm headphone jack to be seen in the video or the images leaked. The Nokia 9 will have dimensions of 140.9mm Length X 72.99mm Width X 7.5mm Depth.The device is also rumored to come with IP68 water and dust resistance.

The smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and a 4GB RAM. However, there are rumors that suggest a 6GB and an 8GB variant of the smartphone with 64GB and 128GB of internal storage. We can expect the Nokia 9 to run on the latest Android Oreo platform.

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HMD might launch the Nokia 9 in the mid of 2018 along with two other smartphones, the Nokia 7 and Nokia 2. Nokia is also rumored to be working on another flagship phone, the Nokia 7, but we have little information available about the smartphone.


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