The Nokia 9 is predicted to land on February 24, but as is necessary we’ve seemingly already seen it in detail, and today we’ve had our closest looks yet at the likely design, thanks to leaked press renders.
Shared by Ishan Agarwal a leaker who’s building up a good track record the pictures, which you’ll want to see below, show the Nokia 9 from plenty of angles, with details including a penta-lens rear camera, a quite reflective glass back, and bezels above and below the screen.
Based about the icon around the screen additionally, it appears to be come with an in-screen fingerprint scanner, which can be something we’ve heard before. You can also nearly understand the upper and lower edges, which show no manifestation of a 3.5mm headphone port.
Finally, the back of the telephone has Android One written on it, meaning you should get a pure version of Google’s software, which can be as we’d expect, given that most Nokia phones use Android One.
This all lines with stuff that we’ve seen and heard before this also near launch there’s a good chance that these images are accurate, though remember, we’d still drive them having a pinch of salt.
The leak doesn’t include any specs, but previous rumors pointed to 6GB or 8GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 855 or 845 chipset, as well as a 3,800mAh battery, and this is actually a real flagship.
It might not be alone though, because the source of these leaked images also says which a Nokia 4.2, Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 1 Plus may land at MWC 2019.