One of the most trusted brands which had lost its touch in between is back in the game once again. We are talking about Nokia. The HMD Global acquired company rolled out its dices in Mobile World Congress this year with the launch of three devices (Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6). Now what is awaited from the company is a flagship phone. We did come across a Nokia 9 (at times referred to as Nokia C9) which purportedly is the company’s 2017 flagship phone. The picture about this device gets more clear with a new video leak which shows a new Nokia phone with dual cameras which we believe is none other than Nokia 9.
The video has been uploaded by renowned tipster Evan Blass via his Twitter handle, which he claims to be an official version. The original source of the video can be traced to an uploader named George Chevalier Lewis who Evan says has worked with Nokia for many years. This leads to the video being legit.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) May 16, 2017
The video shows four Nokia phones, with the fourth one (on the extreme left) with rear dual cameras. Now the first three can be guessed to be the three available Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 smartphones. But the fourth seems out of place as none of the available Nokia handsets have dual cameras. This leads us to believe that it is indeed an upcoming Nokia phone.
Now a flagship phone from Nokia is pending launch, and Nokia 9 is the contender for being flagship. Hence, in all likelihood one of the phones shown in the video with dual rear cameras in a vertical set-up with LED flash below is indeed Nokia 9.
Past rumors have pointed towards the Nokia 9 sporting a metallic unibody and being powered by Snapdragon 835 chipset. Also, the dual rear cameras are said to be of 22MP resolution with Carl-Zeiss lens with another 12MP camera placed at the front. The screen size is tipped to be 5.5-inch with QHD, OLED display. The flagship phone is said to be shipped with Android 7.1.2 Nougat, 3800 mAH battery with Quick-Charge 4 support, 6GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB ROM. Other notable features include fingerprint scanner, IP68 certification and Nokia OZO audio for great sound.