The Nokia 9 has popped up again for another round of speculation, this time accompanied by the Nokia 8 as well.
With Nokia 9's rumored specs, these only show that the company is not planning to settle down anytime soon. The phone on the left is supposed to be the Nokia 8.
The OTA continues to reach the devices of the Finnish company, it also brings an improvement in energy saving and management. The rear sports vertical dual-camera setups and squared-off corners. Now, a tipster sent alleged Nokia 9 and Nokia 8 sketches to NokiaPowerUser, revealing some interesting details about the two phones. There is no home button at the front so the fingerprint scanner could be moved at the back or embedded on the nearly bezel-less display already. The Nokia effect is already beginning to notice the first of change. This would seem to confirm HMD Global's previous claims that it will keep its Android-based Nokia smartphones updated regularly.
HMD had previously announced that it intends to launch the Nokia 6 phone globally in this spring, including in the US.
Nokia 9 might come with the screen having smaller bezels and no physical home button. As you can see in the screenshot below, the update requires at least 616MB of space for the installation, so make sure your Nokia 6 has sufficient free storage remaining. It will most likely hit the market at the end of Q3, while its price is said to be about $699 (or approx Rs 45,063) in the US. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor coupled with 4 GB of RAM. A 22-megapixel dual-lens camera will be slapped on the back, possibly Carl Zeiss-branded. Purported sketches of both handsets have come to light recently, alongside a pretty realistic artist's conception of what the finished product could look like. According to an OppTrends report, the Nokia 9 smartphone might get a 3800 mAh battery capacity.