Nokia 9 Released Q3 2017 Packed With Impressive Features

Apr 24, 2017 04:30 AM EDT | Paul Urban

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Nokia 9 is recently reported to be officially launched by the 3rd Quarter of 2017. It is reported to come packed with impressive features which may even be better than that of the recently released Samsung S8 mobile handset. Industry experts are definitely in anticipation to see if Nokia 9 is the device to put it back as one of the top brands once again.

The Nokia 9 is expected to come with an impressive glass body design and may use the latest octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. The recent concept also shows the presence of dual lens rear camera set up with Carl Zeiss optics this time around. In relation to the camera, images suggest that it may have a dedicated camera button located on its side.

The upcoming Nokia flagship is expected to run on Android 7.1.2 Nougat. The fingerprint sensor is definitely part of its security features. There is no news stating that it may also have facial recognition and iris scanning capabilities. It does have a powerful battery for having 3,800 mAh and is capable of quick charging because of Quick Charge 4.

It is also believed to be dust and water resistant as it features IP68 rating. This is definitely ideal for those who are always on the go, exposed to different elements such as dust and water as they take on every adventure along the way. As resistant, as it is, purposely submerging it in water for over few minutes, is not advisable.

The Nokia 9 is also reported to be HMD Global's first-ever VR ready phone. HMD has its own VR platform which is OZO. This is expected to be the first handset to work with it. Excellent and impressive 3D features and advanced audio are just some of the things to look forward to.

The Nokia 9 as advanced as it is, is expected to be expensive as it gets launched. It will retail to around $699. Reports also suggest that this upcoming Nokia handset may already be available anytime between July and August of this year.

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