The new flagship smartphone Nokia 9 is expected to be priced within the price range of Euro 750 which is equivalent to Rs. 55,100. Although early reports suggested that HMD Global - Nokia's parent company - had a US launch for the device in the works, the company confirmed on Thursday that this would not be the case.
At the front, the Nokia 9 is seen with dual curved screens, which take up the entire sides. The size of the flagship will be only 141х73х9 millimeters taking into account protruding module dual camera on the rear panel, that is, it is relatively compact.
If the Nokia 8 is anything to go by, the Nokia 9 will arrive running Android 7.1.1, and HMD's largely-unobtrusive user interface likely means that it'll be promptly updated to Android 8.0. The latest renders also suggest that following the latest trend, Nokia 9 is also going to ditch the 3.5mm audio jack.
There's a USB Type-C port on the bottom, and that's the only port on the phone.
It has a gorgeous full-metal exterior, Qualcomm's best Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor, a QHD display, and stacks of onboard storage space. Nokia may reveal the device and pretend removing the headphone jack is a good idea at Mobile World Congress early next year.
Nokia is making phones again, but a lot of them have been mid-range or cheaper phones.
For now, there isn't much information available about the Nokia 9, however, we are pretty sure to hear more about this Nokia flagship in the coming weeks or maybe months. On the other hand, Nokia 9 is said to be a little cheaper than the Nokia 8 which comes at a price tag of Rs 36,999.
Other than Nokia 9, earlier rumors were also claiming that Nokia is also working on a budget-friendly smartphone, Nokia 2.