Disappointment will be the flavour of the day for US Nokia fans as HMD has confirmed the flagship Nokia 8 will not make its way over to America. Now, renders of yet another Nokia smartphone have surfaced online. Now, OnLeaks and Compareraja have collaborated and revealed a few renders of the Nokia 9 giving us an idea about the smartphone's looks. These aren't press renders though, rather, as is always the case with OnLeaks, they are based on factory CAD files of the phone, hence, chances are we might see a different product at the time of launch.
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.
The Nokia 9 will feature a 5.5-inch QHD OLED display.
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According to these renders, the Nokia 9 will have small bezels. The display also seems to be curved at the edges.
Nestled in the extremely shiny rear panel of the Nokia 9 is a vertically-arranged dual-lens camera, which appears to protrude quite a bit. The smartphone is also said to house a fingerprint scanner and will also feature an Iris Scanner as well. The US support pages for Nokia handsets also mention the Nokia 8, so there's potential that HMD was poised to push the Nokia 8 out into the states, but then the banding issue got in the way.
At the right side of the phone is the power button and volume rocker, and, to the top is the secondary mic. It will most likely sport 4 GB RAM at least and provided it is launched in 2017, the Snapdragon 835. The other thing to take from these renders is the apparent removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack, something that Google has recently done with the Pixel 2 smartphones. Wondering where the 3.5 mm headphone jack is? This is because the Finnish company could be testing more than one prototype of the Nokia 9.