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Nokia 9 with curved glass display and dual rear cameras leaks

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Now a number of new renders, as well as a new 3D render video, have surfaced online, thanks to OnLeaks' latest collaboration with Compareraja. While press renders of Nokia 2 were leaked last month, but there weren't any credible Nokia 9 images leaked till now.

According to their sources, the Nokia 9 will have a 5.5-inch quad HD AMOLED display. The placement of the dual cameras on the Nokia 9 are a bit peculiar. The phone is said to come with a bigger 5.7-inch display that will be nearly be almost bezel-less. What the leakers are sure of however is that the Nokia 9 will have curved edges, which are pretty similar to the design of Samsung's Galaxy S8 smartphones.

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There also appears to be a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, confirming there will be no space on the front as it will be taken up by screen. Meet the Nokia 9, which is apparently still happening, despite what we initially expected to be the 9 seeing daylight a while back as the bothie-producing 8. 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. Besides, the back of the phone also seems to be curved at the edges, which should help users hold it more comfortably. Well, there's no 3.5 mm headphone jack on the Nokia 9, and, it isn't too surprising, considering how many manufacturers (including Google) have ditched the 3.5 mm headphone jack on their smartphones. Now, it looks like Nokia has finalised the design of it's upcoming high-end smartphone, the long-rumoured Nokia 9. Moving on to the bottom, you can see the USB Type-C port flanked by speaker grilles and primary mic. It is expected to come preinstalled with Android 8.0 Oreo. There's no headphone jack, and disturbingly common trend lately. It said to be powered by a Snapdragon 835, along with Adreno 540 GPU.

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