Nokia surprised many people by not bringing a flagship to MWC 2017, but they certainly have one such device in the pipeline. Tentatively known as the Nokia 9, the device is now said to come this fall, with a $700 price tag.


The machine was previously leaked via sketches, that include dual cameras with 22 MP resolution and leaks also pointed towards a 12 MP selfie cam. The alleged flagship is said to arrive in Q3 and it could cost $700 in USA and 750 euros in Europe. Carl Zeiss optics are expected, as well as a 5.5 inch Quad HD screen with an AMOLED panel and a Snapdragon 835 CPU should be inside.

These are superior to the features rumored for the Nokia 8 (Quad HD screen, Snapdragon 660 CPU) and Nokia 7 (Full HD screen, Snapdragon 660 as well). These are said to come in mid-May and early June. Back to the Nokia 9, it should also have an iris scanner, a metal body and very narrow bezels, to fight the bigshots out there. Android will obviously be the OS.

via GSMArena

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