Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Nokia 9 leaked renders reveal thin bezels, dual cameras

Nokia 9 leaked renders reveal thin bezels, dual cameras

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. The new renders don't actually show how thin the bezels are on the handset, since Compareraja and Hemmerstoffer don't actually have information on the display's outline.

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

New renders give us an early look at HMD Global's upcoming flagship.

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.

According to these renders, the Nokia 9 will have small bezels. The camera module is dead center on the upper portion of the handset's back and is placed vertically. The camera module itself looks pretty similar to Apple's design already and protrudes from the back of the handset. Instead, the fingerprint scanner can be seen embedded on the rear of the phone. While we have seen multiple leaked images of the Nokia 2, not much Nokia 9 imagery has surfaced until now as OnLeaks took to Twitter on Wednesday to post renders of the device, providing us a better view of how the phone may finally look like.

On the bottom edge of the Nokia 9 render, it comes with a single speaker and USB Type-C port. It will be available in two storage options - 64 GB and 128 GB - and will likely run Android Oreo out of the box. Wondering where the 3.5 mm headphone jack is?

I'm pleased to be the bearer of three promising pieces of news regarding the Nokia Android phones today.

This is a tad odd given the Nokia 8 is listed on the USA version of the Nokia phone website, touting the phone's capabilities at capturing two selfies at once. 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. "But please stay tuned for future USA based devices, as we are developing the portfolio".

The Nokia 8 has a 5.3-inch screen, which doesn't quite compete, on paper at least, with the all-screen front panels of the Galaxy S8, iPhone X, Pixel X and LG G6.

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