HMD Global's Nokia 9 gets leaked in new render


Except the Nokia 8, the rest of the Nokia smartphones are budget and mid-range smartphones. Now, renders of yet another Nokia smartphone have surfaced online. 3D CAD renders of the smartphone were leaked by @OnLeaks in 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.

The renders have been created by OnLeaks, revealing several new design details about the upcoming phone. Like the most recent flagship smartphones that have been announced, the Nokia 9 will also feature a design that's almost bezel-less.

According to these renders, the Nokia 9 will have small bezels. In terms of other components, speculation has it that the Nokia 9 will boast a 5.5-inch display with QHD resolution. The display also seems to be curved at the edges.

Right beneath the cameras is a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, which should be a relief for many who aren't fans of any facial recognition technology.

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At the right side of the phone is the power button and volume rocker, and, to the top is the secondary mic. There is a USB Type-C port at the bottom of the smartphone. 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. The company's current flagship Nokia 8 does not come with a headphone jack.

It is likely to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor, along with 4GB of RAM.

We contacted HMD for more information and clarity on the reports, and the company confirmed it will not be releasing the Nokia 8 into the U.S., but still has long-term plans to spread Nokia handsets across the globe.