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Nokia 9 leaked render showcases bezel-less design and dual cameras for selfies

19 December 2017 3

The Nokia 9 launch is expected on January 19th. From what we heard so far the upcoming Nokia 9 is expected to have the bezel-less design with the full front-facing display. Today a new render of Nokia 9 pops up online on Chinese social media site Weibo which showcases the front-facing design in detail.

The leaked render is pretty much in line with what we heard so far. The alleged render showcases full front facing display with minimal bezels on edges, however, the top and bottom bezel is significant thick. The display aspect ratio is 2:1 and the good thing is it features dual selfie cameras. We also heard that Nokia 9 will have dual cameras on the rear as well.

Surprisingly there isn't any Nokia branding on the front. As per recent reports, the Nokia 9 will be featuring a glass and metal sandwich design like most of the flagships announced in 2017. The Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC will be powering the device. The base variant expected with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage whereas the top of the line variant expected with 6GB RAM and 128GB memory. Its built-in storage will be further expandable via MicroSD card. It is expected to be first Nokia smartphone with Android Oreo pre-installed straight out of the box.

As nothing is set in stone, this could be beautiful render from concept designer as well. The guys behind ConceptLeaks also shared this render. We will be bringing more details regarding the Nokia 9 as soon as some more info pops online. Stay tuned. ​



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