The renders by Onleaks show the Nokia 9 in a shiny glossy glass built chassis, which suggests compatibility for wireless charging and also water and dust resistance. Now the company is going to come up with another flagship Nokia 9 to take on the likes of Samsung Galaxy S8. But in the presence of symmetrical USB-C and a box will certainly put an adapter for normal headphones, I mean, he even Apple has.
Nestled in the extremely shiny rear panel of the Nokia 9 is a vertically-arranged dual-lens camera, which appears to protrude quite a bit.
Nokia's recently launched flagship, the Nokia 8, won't be launched in the United States.
Following the apparent success of a low-priced unlocked Nokia 6 stateside (actual sales numbers remain unknown), it seemed pretty reasonable to expect an eventual official USA expansion for the Europe-first Nokia 8.
There is a Nokia 9. The Nokia 9 is also expected to come with all the other usual Nokia features, like OZO audio and microphones for active noise cancellation.
HMD Global's Nokia 9 will have a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with thin bezels, but no headphone jack. Moreover, the phone will be powered by Snapdragon 835 chip. There's no existence of the headphone jack in the renders of the Nokia 9. Rumours have also stated so far that the device would probably feature a 4 GB RAM and 64 GB / 128 GB internal storage options. That's despite seemingly credible gossip of "customized" variants of sorts heading for China and the USA this fall, presumably with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage instead of standard 4/64 gig equipment. But we will update you when we will get the more information about this device. Meanwhile, HMD Global is working on another budget phone, which may be called Nokia 2.