Nokia 9 with curved glass display and dual rear cameras leaks

Nokia 9 with curved glass display and dual rear cameras leaks

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.

These renders of Nokia 9 have been leaked by OnLeaks in collaboration with CompareRaja. It's a flagship smartphone and is called Nokia 9. The Nokia 8 features an auxiliary audio port, so we don't see a reason why the company chose to ditch it in the Nokia 9. As you can see from the image, the handset looks quite sleek and should come to retail with relatively thin bezels around the display.

It's got a curved display which has been largely exclusive to Samsung.

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Though were placing our bets on a smartphone since the device shown in the picture looks too small to be a tablet. On company's page, wait for November 1, and re's a photograph of someone with a smartphone in hand.

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.

Nokia 9 has been speculated for a long, even before the launch of the Nokia 8 in August. Unlike the Nokia 8, which has a home button up front, the Nokia 9 has a fingerprint sensor located just underneath the camera sensor at the back. The placement of the dual cameras on the Nokia 9 are a bit peculiar. Perhaps HMD Global is avoiding the possibility of criticism that it's copying the iPhone 7 Plus or the 8 Plus' design, but that's just speculation. The smartphone is also said to house a fingerprint scanner and will also feature an Iris Scanner as well. It will be available in two storage options - 64 GB and 128 GB - and will likely run Android Oreo out of the box. However, given the accurate track record of @Onleaks, we can be nearly sure about Nokia ditching the 3.5mm headphone port, especially since most brands have done the same over the past one year. Another take away is that it doesn't have a headphone jack.

As for the release, rumours have it that HMD Global will launch all the three new Android phones at the MWC 2018, which is scheduled to take place between 26 February and 1 March in Barcelona. But the Nokia brand simply can't keep a low profile these days, primarily targeting budget-focused audiences in emerging territories. Rex Fryover, HMD Global's head of sales in the US, confirmed via email that the Nokia 8 "is not properly banded for the USA", according to NokiaPowerUser.