The render comes by way of OnLeaks, and given the leaker's track record, it's fair to assume this is what the Nokia 9 will end up looking like. Like the most recent flagship smartphones that have been announced, the Nokia 9 will also feature a design that's almost bezel-less.
The Nokia 9 will feature a 5.5-inch QHD OLED display.
Specs wise, the Nokia 9 sounds rather plain and might even be, in at least one way, sub par to the Nokia 8.
On the back, the Nokia 9 will have a pair of dual cameras, which are tipped to either have 12 or 13 megapixel sensors. Despite boasting of Carl Zeiss lenses, Nokia's camera on the Nokia 8 was hardly anything to write home about. Perhaps HMD Global is avoiding the possibility of criticism that it's copying the iPhone 7 Plus or the 8 Plus' design, but that's just speculation. ComparaRaja notes that OZO audio and array of mics for active noise cancellation will also likely be included. While we have seen multiple leaked images of the Nokia 2, not much Nokia 9 imagery has surfaced until now as OnLeaks took to Twitter on Wednesday to post renders of the device, providing us a better view of how the phone may finally look like.
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. There's no headphone jack, and disturbingly common trend lately.
I'm pleased to be the bearer of three promising pieces of news regarding the Nokia Android phones today. It is expected to come preinstalled with Android 8.0 Oreo.
"I apologize for the disappointing information", Fryover said. The phone is said to come with a bigger 5.7-inch display that will be nearly be almost bezel-less.