Google Pixel 2 vs Nokia 9: Which Upcoming Flagship Is More Powerful?

Google Pixel 2 is the most anticipated device for Google lovers this year. The device is expected to be launched in October, but no firm date has been declared by the company. A recent report suggests that Google Pixel 2 will be powered by the fastest processor Qualcomm ever offered. On the other note, HMD Global, the company that's revived the Nokia name on smartphones is reported to launch the Nokia 9, a top-end Android smartphone, which could be positioned to compete with major devices this year.

Nokia 9: Possible Specifications

The upcoming Nokia 9 is said to come with 5.5-inch QHD OLED screen and powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Nokia 9 is set to feature a 22-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 12-megapixel for the front. Under the hood is a 3800mAh battery. The latest Nokia device is reported to come with an IP68 rating, a Quick Charge 4 support, Zeiss optics, an iris scanner and a fingerprint scanner.

Google Pixel 2: Possible Specifications

Google Pixel 2 is set to feature an OLED display, curved with "Infinity Displays." Powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 Pro SoC processor, 6GB of RAM. The next Google phone will be the first to ship with Android 8.0 or Android 0. More so, Google is gearing out on the device's camera as the current smartphone's camera has been well reviewed and tagged as one of the best cameras across the industry. It'll feature water resistant and Qualcomm's QuickCharge 3.0 feature with USB-C. We might also see a 4K display on the Pixel 2, Daydream ready and Quick Charge 4.0.

The Verdict

Nokia has been proven over the years when it comes to durability, as the Nokia 9 offers premium design, top-end hardware and amazing features, however, the Google Pixel 2 is set to be the first smartphone to run Android 8 and will surely revolve heavily around the Google Assistant and making it even smarter and more powerful.


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