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Nokia 9 renders with curved glass and bezel-less design surface online

12 October 2017, 02:19 | Jodi Jackson

HMD Global's Nokia 9 gets leaked in new render

OnLeaks posts renders of the Nokia 9, showing off curved glass and no headphone jack

The screen doesn't look quite as bezel-free as that on the Galaxy S8, though, but it is bezel-free enough that the fingerprint scanner has been moved to the rear of the device. According to rumors, the Nokia 9 will come powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor and will feature 4GB RAM.

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. The Nokia 9 will boast dual cameras on the back. The camera module itself looks pretty similar to Apple's design already and protrudes from the back of the handset. ComparaRaja notes that OZO audio and array of mics for active noise cancellation will also likely be included. There is a USB Type-C port at the bottom of the smartphone. That brings us one step closer to the untimely death of the 3.5mm audio jack, and we still don't understand why this trend is catching on. Today, we've come across a fresh leak suggesting that HMD Global has another high-end Nokia in the works, the Nokia 9.

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. The US support pages for Nokia handsets also mention the Nokia 8, so there's potential that HMD was poised to push the Nokia 8 out into the states, but then the banding issue got in the way. "But please stay tuned for future United States based devices, as we are developing the portfolio". The phone is said to come with a bigger 5.7-inch display that will be nearly be almost bezel-less.



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