After HMD Global announced the Nokia X6 (the company's first smartphone with a notched display) earlier this year in China and the Nokia 6.1 Plus in July, it may not be too long before consumers see another Nokia phone.
Under-the-hood, it is expected to house a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor paired with 6GB RAM to mark a significant upgrade over its predecessor Nokia X6. Also, the back glass panel covers the dual camera sensors powered by the Carl Zeiss lens and a dual-tone LED flashlight.
The alleged press render images also show the presence of the dual rear cameras, placed vertically in the centre. We could be wrong though, and HMD could take us by surprise and launch the Nokia 9.
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The recently released Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a gamer fan favorite because of its massive 6.4-inch screen and super high-res display: 2960 x 1440.
Of those the Nokia 9 is the most exciting option.
Nokia has launched some really good mid-range and budget phones in 2018 that include Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 5.1 Plus, etc.
HMD Global is making sure it launches a new Nokia phone every month at the rate the company has been going this year. According to some YouTube videos, the retail box of the 3GB/32GB version of Nokia 5.1 Plus carries a price tag of Rs 13,199. Effectively, the smartphone will run Stock Android OS on the board with faster update support from Google. If that pans out, the Nokia 7.1 Plus will be a compelling flagship alternative at a much cheaper price, so it's definitely something to keep an eye on.