The latest Nokia 9 picture has been leaked on the network, which is Nokia’s first high-end phone. It is unclear whether this leak is “unexpected”, but it does make a stir for Nokia’s new Android phone. The phone body is surrounded by a thick blue screen, and some tech news sites also reveal the details of most of the gadgets. Of course, some picture leaks really contribute to early forecasts, the site revealed that it will be equipped with dual 13 million pixel camera, 4K display and LED flash.
At the bottom of the phone seems to have a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack, which seems to show that Nokia 9 in this area will not compete with the new iPhone.
In terms of specifications, the phone will use 5.3-inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel QHD display, 4GB memory and 64 GB storage space. Nokia 9 is said to use Qualcomm Xiao Long 835 processor, while the system will use Android 7 relatively new version.There is also a fingerprint sensor on the front of the phone, while the design represents a thick bezel. The design itself is not impressive, but it’s still a prototype, so it’s not fair to judge Nokia 9 based on unofficial images.
This is not Nokia since last year Microsoft to HMD Global and Foxconn to sell the brand’s first. In January of this year, HMD released the Nokia 6, which has a 1.1GHz eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, configured for 3GB of memory, priced at about $ 250.
HMD has released a new generation of Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3310. According to its timetable, Nokia 7, Nokia 8 and Nokia 9 will probably be released this year. Online also spread, Nokia 8 advertising video has also been leaked. It is reported that the ad has been canceled immediately. It is unclear how Nokia 9 will compete with Samsung Galaxy S8 or iPhone 7 and iPhone 7+ because the new phone’s specifications have not yet been announced. From now to the release, the company’s engineers may also add some additional features to the world to show Nokia and other mobile phones are not the same place. HMD has not yet made any statement regarding the Nokia 9 spill.