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Nokia 9 Case Renders Leaked Ahead Of Possible MWC 2018 Launch

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Nokia 9 Case Renders Leaked Ahead Of Possible MWC 2018 Launch

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HMD Global will be announcing quite a few smartphones at MWC 2018. While there have been doubts over the presence of Nokia 9 at the event, recent leaks might differ. New case renders of the Nokia 9 reveal an 18:9 aspect ratio and curved edges. If true, the Nokia 9 could be one of the best looking Nokia devices from the recent past.

Early Nokia 9 Renders

The Nokia 9 will be the successor of Nokia 8, which was the company’s first Android flagship smartphone. At present, the Nokia 8 is available in India at a price of Rs. 28999 after a heavy price cut.

Nokia 9 specifications:

As per the recent FCC filings, the smartphone is expected to feature 5.5-inch OLED display, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC with 128GB storage.

The listing also reveals that, the phone packs in a dual 13 MP + 12 MP camera setup at the back with a 5 MP front-facing camera.

Since FCC listing doesn’t always deliver accurate specifications, the Nokia 9 might debut with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 since the Nokia 8 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.

Via: Gearbest

Nokia 9 design:

As per the renders, the Nokia 9 features a taller 18:9 aspect ratio display curved on both sides. The smartphone might use a premium OLED display sourced from Samsung with QHD+ resolution. On the rear, the phone once again has a glass panel, which might support wireless charging.

The dual cameras do have a noticeable bump, which might be due to OIS implementation. The fingerprint scanner is located just below the camera, as the front has very narrow bezels. The curve on the front as well as on the back looks similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S8, which offers incredible in-hand feel.

The bottom portion houses a USB type C port, main microphone and a speaker. The render doesn’t show 3.5 mm headphone jack, which means the device might not have one as well. The volume and power buttons are located at the right side of the smartphone.

The smartphone was expected to feature a dual front-facing camera. However, none of the renders confirms or corroborate that information.

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