HMD Global, the owner of the Nokia brand, has been rumoured to be launching a second flagship device before the year is out. Many concept images of the flagship smartphone have been leaked online, and now new renders of the Nokia 9 corroborate previous leaks.
Now, it's entirely possible HMD will again focus its marketing efforts on gimmicky stuff like a Dual-Sight mode for the front and rear shooters of this Nokia 9, built-in live video streaming capabilities or OZO spatial 360-degree audio.
We know that HMD is all set to launch three more Android smartphones - Nokia 2, Nokia 7 and Nokia 9.
In the renders, the Nokia 9 screen looks similar to the Galaxy S8's in that it curves around the edges.
From the renders, it appears that the company has jumped the narrow bezels bandwagon for the Nokia 9. The curved design looks fantastic, though it is hard to see the actual outline of the display. The smartphone is expected to come with a 5.5-inch AMOLED Quad HD display.
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The Nokia 9 is expected to measure 140.9 x 72.9 x 7.5mm, with a thickness of 8.9mm where the camera is placed.
In terms of innards, the Nokia 9 is said to be powered by Snapdragon 835 SoC that would be coupled with 4 GB RAM.
The smartphone will probably run on the latest Android 8 Oreo operating system.
The fingerprint reader is predictably moved to the back, positioned below the main camera setup, with a USB Type-C port and nothing else on the bottom of the shiny, curvy device. As per the speculations, it will have two storage options to choose from - 64GB and 128GB. It is said to come with an IP68 rating and wireless charging support.
Although the render is handsome, there is always the potential that things could change before the handset goes to production.