Nokia 9 Concept Render Video Shows Off a Bezel-less Display


HMD Global has sent out invites for an event, which is scheduled to happen on October 19. However strong rumours also claim that Nokia is gearing towards releasing the Nokia 7 tomorrow. We have also seen the Nokia 7 teaser on Tmall, a Chinese e-commerce portal and the teaser shows the number "7", Qi in Chinese. Chances are the Nokia 7 might sport a dual rear camera setup (13 MP+ 13 MP with Carl Zeiss Optics) with another 13 MP sensor up front. A sketched image of the Nokia 7 with a ZEISS branded camera module has appeared which resembles with the camera module seen on one of the teasers of the upcoming phone.

From the previous rumors and speculations, the Nokia 7 is believed to be launched in three variants with different RAM and storage options such as 3GB+32GB, 4GB+32GB and 4GB+64GB.

On the other hand, the Nokia 9 is expected to come with the best technology now available in the market.

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Nokia 7 may come with a 5.2-inch, 1080p display. As far as the design of the Nokia 7 is concerned, it may feature a metallic frame along with glass or polycarbonate chassis. Some say these could be the 4GB and new 6GB RAM variants of the Nokia 8. In fact, many thought that the Nokia 9 would be the first Nokia flagship in years and not the Nokia 8. Moreover, the official TMALL Nokia store is now featuring a GIF of the brand's Bothie tool which made its debut with the 8.

With handset developers giving us a pre-look at what might be their final devices of this year, HMD Global doesn't appear to be taking the back sit on this one.

Now, a popular YouTube channel Concept Creator has made a concept video of the Nokia 9 using the leaked renders and mock-ups floating around the net. It is expected to come preinstalled with Android 8.0 Oreo.