Nokia 9 To Come With 6GB RAM, Price And Release Date, Revealed
The Nokia 9 is likely to be unveiled this coming July, or August. Its exact release date is not known yet however its launch is imminent as per a recent report, it has been spotted on Geekbench benchmarking site for the second time.
According to the reports, FCC documents unveil that the Nokia 9, which is already certified by the regulatory agency with the model number of TA-1004, will be known now as the TA-1012. Reported by a source, HMD requested the change noting that the previous FCC results for the TA-1004 are representative of the TA-1012.
Geekbench benchmark tests for the Nokia 9 have unveiled versions of the smartphone with both 6GB and 8GB of RAM. Both of these tested variants were powered by the high-end Snapdragon 835 chipset. Another Geekbench test of the now canceled TA-1004 revealed a phone carrying 4GB of RAM. This would seem to claim that HMD has killed off a version of the Nokia 9 with 4GB of the short term memory used to assist with multitasking.
Nokia 9: Specifications
Nokia 9 will feature a 5.5-inch QHD OLED screen and will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor with massive of 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Nokia 9 is set to sport a 22-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 12-megapixel for the front. Keeping the power on is a 3800mAh battery. The upcoming Nokia 9device is reported to come with an IP68 rating, an iris scanner, a Quick Charge 4 support, Zeiss optics and a fingerprint scanner.
Furthermore, the Nokia 9 will hit the market soon with impressive and powerful specifications and is said to beat the already released Samsung Galaxy S8 and the upcoming major flagships of this year like OnePlus 5, Google Pixel 2 and Apple iPhone 8. The device is more likely to come with a price of $700.
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