A few days back, a report unveiled some sketches of the alleged Nokia 9 smartphone that is deemed to be the flagship of the HMD Global-owned company. Today, a new YouTube video leaked showing a Nokia smartphone with bezel-less display and dual rear camera in a beautifully finished body. The device in an almost 2-minute teaser is said to be the most anticipated Nokia 9 product.
Nokia 9 Leaked Specs And Features
A YouTube channel of “Concept Creator” has released a video trailer based on the sketches released from a recent report. It the shows that the alleged Nokia 9 smartphone is enclosed in a glass body with a metal frame attaching together all sides. The screen part of the device has curved edges, just like the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6.
According to Deccan Chronicle, the bezel-less screen of the alleged Nokia 9 looks beautiful in the render, appearing to challenge the beautiful and attractive display of Samsung's new flagship. The beveled edges have the Nokia design logo while eliminating any sharp points. No home button present in the front of the smartphone, which implies that the fingerprint scanner could be sent to the back.
As seen in the leaked video, Nokia 9 will have a 5.5-inch screen with a 3,800 mAh battery and an IP68 certification. It will also have Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip as its processor and coupled with 6GB storage, as reported by TechRadar. The Nokia 9 also has some more interesting features, such as Nokia OZO Audio Enhancements, Qualcomm Quick-Charge 4 and apart from the fingerprint scanner, it will also have an iris sensor.
Nokia 9 Release Date
One of the most anticipated smartphones of this year, the Nokia 9, is rumored to arrive in the Q3 of 2017. A late July reveal has been tipped, but it could have a possible delay to early August. Either way, Nokia said that they will not release any product until September.
Nevertheless, it is too early to tell when the release date of Nokia 9 will fall. It will depend on the availability of the operating system. Even though it is already in the Samsung Galaxy S8, other smartphone makers have yet to get a support of it.