Everyone is excited by Nokia’s return to the mobile device market. The last Lumia phones were quite good devices, but unfortunately they had Windows operating system on board. The first models with Android (i.e. Nokia 3, 5 and 6) can be already ordered. However, everyone is waiting for a true flagship smartphone. This will be probably Nokia 9, whose recent photos leaked to the network.
Unfortunately, we do not know if the expected HMD Global model (the company that is responsible for preparing new smartphones with the Nokia logo) will look just as amazing as the Samsung Galaxy S8. So far, we have to be content with prototype images hidden in the case. There is not much you can see there, but we have got some details about the device specifications and interfaces.
Nokia 9 will have a dual camera system.
Such solutions have recently become very fashionable. However, not everyone pays attention to how two lenses are used in a given model. Nokia 9 will have two sensors: colour and monochrome. This makes the images more expressive and the camera should work well in low light conditions. The first smartphone with this solution was the Huawei P9. The smartphone software will allow us to choose the mode in which the photo will be taken. You will have the choice whether you want to take a photo with both lenses or a single (colour or monochrome). As far as software is concerned, Nokia 9 is supposed to have a fairly clean Android 7 Nougat without additional software. It will be also updated on a regular basis.
The HMD Global flagship smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm processor.
Although the model is not visible in the picture, we can be pretty sure that it will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Any other chipset would simply be a regrettable joke. For other parameters, the Nokia 9 will have a 5.3-inches Quad HD screen, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. As far as interfaces are concerned, the pictures show a classic 3.5 mm audio jack and USB-C. Enclosures lack a fingerprint reader, so it will most likely be found in the home button on the front of the smartphone. Are you curious? Rumours say that this year we should see 3 or 4 new smartphones with the Nokia logo and Android on board.