The long-rumored Nokia 9 flagship from HMD was conspicuously absent at the MWC 2018 held in Barcelona, but murmurs still suggest the device is in the offing and may arrive later in the year. Though HMD global hasn’t confirmed the existence or not of the Nokia 9, a source from China claims to have received some first-hand information regarding the Nokia 9 flagship.
First off, the device which is expected to be made of ceramic back with 18-carat gold finishing isn’t expected to deviate much from the Nokia 7 and Nokia 8 Sirocco in terms of design, and as per the information contained in a file sent to suomimobiili, the Nokia 9 will be the true successor to the Nokia 808 and Nokia Lumia 1020 phones and will feature triple rear cameras made in partnership with ZEISS. Much like the Huawei p20 triple rear camera, the Nokia 9 rear camera from the leaked images below will be stacked vertically, but in a central location.
The three cameras on the back of the device consist of a 41 megapixels, 20 megapixels RGB sensors as well as a 9.9megapixels monochrome sensor. We are not sure how the camera works, but the triple camera should come with features such as optical image stabilization, 4x optical zoom, and the familiar Bothie feature.
Away from the camera features of the Nokia 9, the leaked document reveals the upcoming device will come with a 6.01 inches display with AMOLED panel and QHD resolutions We are not sure if we are in for another notched screen, but the document reveals that the device will probably be the second device from HMD global to adopt the trendy 18: 9 aspect ratio.
Expectedly, the Nokia 9 much like the Galaxy S9 duo and some other top 2018 flagships will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 coupled with 8GB of RAM and up to 236GB ROM. The device will boot the latest Android OS out of the box and will come fitted with a 3900mAh battery which you can charge wirelessly or using the USB-C connector.
We have no credible information on when the Nokia 9 will drop, but there are rumors that it will drop towards year end. We will bring you more update as soon as we get hold of any.