They show that, in addition to the bezel-less display and lack of headphone jack, the Nokia 9 will sport both a curved screen and rear, similar to last year's Galaxy S7 Edge. Although early reports suggested that HMD Global - Nokia's parent company - had a USA launch for the device in the works, the company confirmed on Thursday that this would not be the case. However HMD Global - as of yet - has not revealed any details about the Nokia 9 launch. HMD Global's head of sales in the U.S., Rex Fryhover, confirmed to one fan over an email that the Nokia 8 "is not properly banded for the U.S". The Nokia 9 is also expected to come with all the other usual Nokia features, like OZO audio and microphones for active noise cancellation. The latest renders also suggest that following the latest trend, Nokia 9 is also going to ditch the 3.5mm audio jack. However, the Nokia 9 is missing on the fingerprint scanner in the front. There's no existence of the headphone jack in the renders of the Nokia 9.
I'm pleased to be the bearer of three promising pieces of news regarding the Nokia Android phones today. In terms of specifications, CompareRaja website, which shared the render video, says that the device will probably come with 5.5-inch QHD resolution screen and may be powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor. It will be available in two storage options - 64 GB and 128 GB - and will likely run Android Oreo out of the box. Let us know what you think of the design of the Nokia 9, and will you be willing to indulge this phone once it is out?More news: Trudeau in Mexico for talks after tense United States trip
More news: Thousands report Facebook/Instagram 'blackout' as users unable to access sites
More news: 76ers Have Limited Protections In Contract With Joel Embiid
It's a shame to be sure, as the Nokia 8 is a really compelling flagship device. Meanwhile, HMD Global is working on another budget phone, which may be called Nokia 2.