Published: Wed, March 07, 2018
Markets | By Erika Turner

Nokia 9 is Expected to Release in August with Premium Specs

Nokia 9 is Expected to Release in August with Premium Specs

HMD Global is said to be gearing up to launch two new flagship Nokia phones in its 2018 line-up very soon.

The names of the upcoming two Nokia branded flagships are still unknown to sources of PhoneArena yet it is likely that HMD will go with most rumored options i.e.

It is reported that HMD is preparing for Nokia 8 Pro launch in August 2018 while the Nokia 9 expected to launch later in September.

As far as the internal hardware is concerned, it is also expected to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor and boast Penta-lens camera on the back. The report said the Nokia 9 will arrive with the penta-lens camera system. There are rumors about Nokia 9 that the fingerprint sensor will be given in the handset display itself. It is rumored to house a 5.5-inch display. It is also expecting that it would be an expensive devices like the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus.

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The Nokia 8 will be retailing for 24,990, down P5,000 from its launch price of P29,990. The primary sensor will be of 12-megapixel, while the secondary sensor will be of 13-megapixel. A 5-megapixel selfie camera can be given at the front.

With a pure Android installation, Nokia smartphones come with no unnecessary UI changes or hidden processes that would eat up battery life or slow them down so users can enjoy their new phone for longer. It will support fast charging technology.

At the 2018 Mobile World Congress, the smartphone maker took the wraps off the Nokia 8 Sirocco, but it has one shortcoming that prevents it from staying apace with 2018 flagships: the CPU is a Snapdragon 835 instead of the latest Snapdragon 845.

But even though Google is yet to refresh its list of 21 phones meeting "elevated enterprise requirements", the official Nokia website has been discreetly updated to include a grand total of four top-notch candidates "for your workforce".

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