Nokia 9 detailed specifications leaked, shows a monstrous camera setup

While we await new Android phones from Nokia in the Indian market this week, the rumoured Nokia 9 caught our attention after a huge leak today morning. Till now, the only flagship we knew from HMD Global was the Nokia 8 Sirocco, but it looks like the talks about Nokia 9 weren’t just speculations. 

The mega-leak of the Nokia 9 was first seen on Slashleaks (opens in new tab), where a datasheet detailing each and every detail of the phone with an alleged render was spotted. But this looks quite unreal, and we doubt if this is how the Nokia 9 will look like. 

Source- Slashleaks

Source- Slashleaks (opens in new tab)

A complete look at the specifications

As per the leaked image, the Nokia 9 is said to feature 6.01-inch AMOLED display panel with 18:9 aspect ratio. The back of the phone is said to have a ceramic finish with 18-carat gold accents surrounding the camera module. 

The image goes on to suggests that the Nokia 9 will sport a triple camera system. It is also said to have a 41MP camera sensor with Xenon + LED flash, previously seen on the Nokia 808 PureView. 

Moreover, there’s a 20MP telephoto lens based camera supported by a 9.7MP monochrome sensor. Similar to the existing Nokia phones, this one will also boast of Zeiss optics. For selfies, it will have a 21MP sensor with f/1.8 aperture. 

As per the leak, the Nokia 9 will feature the flagship grade Snapdragon 845 processor coupled with 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. 

Since we already know about HMD Global’s tie-up with Google, this phone is most likely to be a part of Android One program.

Specifications reveal a huge 3900mAh battery with Qualcomm’s quick charge and Qi wireless charge support.

If the leaks turn out to be true, it is going to be a powerhouse with tons of camera prowess. Huawei recently launched the first triple camera phone, and seems like Nokia is preparing to raise the bar with even more powerful camera. 

Sudhanshu Singh

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