Published: Fri, October 13, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Nokia 8 won't make it stateside after all, HMD confirms

Nokia 8 won't make it stateside after all, HMD confirms

In terms of optics, the Nokia 9 leaks suggest there will be a 13MP dual camera setup at the back, similar to what we have seen on the Nokia 8.

After Nokia 8, HMD Global is reportedly preparing to bring another Nokia phone in the premium category.

In the recent leaks, we can see the Nokia 9 with a slight camera bump and rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. this indicates that there may be on-screen navigation buttons on this one. In the renders, Nokia 9 can been seen with an all-screen, akin to Samsung Galaxy S8. Also, the display on the alleged Nokia 9 looks bezel-less on the sides. Nokia's next flagship will probably ship with a 3.5mm headphone jack adapter and USB-C headphones, a usual among Android phone manufacturers who removed the headphone jack. The Nokia 9 is speculated to have 4GB of RAM and may have 64GB and 128GB storage options. But then, whether the device will come with ZEISS powered camera or not is the question which only time will reveal. Rumour has it that, the Nokia 9 will feature a 5.5-inch AMOLED panel with Quad HD resolution. That's despite seemingly credible gossip of "customized" variants of sorts heading for China and the U.S. this fall, presumably with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage instead of standard 4/64 gig equipment.

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According to these renders, the Nokia 9 will have small bezels. That means they're all very polished devices, and Nokia's also made sure to create a model at virtually every price point, meaning there really is something for everyone, whatever your budget.

Nokia is making phones again, but majority have been mid-range or cheaper phones.

Hopefully the Nokia 9 will be released in the U.S. to make up for it - it seems like an improvement on the Nokia 8 anyway.

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