This year is considered what could be the best ever for mobile devices. The rat race is unstoppable as all tech giants are relentless in upstaging all others. The Nokia 9 is representative of Nokia in this competition. Will it be as good as the Samsung S8 and the upcoming anniversary edition of the iPhone?
From recent leaks, the Nokia 9 is reported to have an iris scanner and will also have impressive audio enhancements. It will run on Android 7.1.2 Nougat and a 5.5-inch QHD OLED display. Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC with 6GB of RAM is its main power source.
Camera is also one of its selling points. It is reported to have a 22-megapixel rear-facing camera with Carl Zeiss optics and a 12-megapixel front facing one. Taking photos will be one of its strongest points, being able to produce the best images because of this technology.
Battery life will not be a problem as leaks also revealed that Nokia 9 will have 3800 mAh with the capability of quick charging via Quick Charge 4.0. Not to be outdone, it will also have an iris scanner which is present in the recently released Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. The device's security system is beefed up but may not be entirely different than that of Samsung's.
Listening to music will even be more delightful as it is reported to have an audio technology called OZO Audio incorporated in the flagship device. Music and audio from recorded videos and movies will come crystal clear and crisp enough to please all music aficionados.
The Nokia 9 is also rumored to have an IP68-certified build. This means that this upcoming flagship device will be dust-proof and water resistant to the depth of 1.5-meters and for up to 30 minutes. This makes the phone best-suited for those who constantly subject themselves to various elements outdoors.
The Nokia 9 leaks and other reports are non-conclusive and unofficial. Many people claim that those are legitimate, however, any information not directly coming from Nokia should be thoroughly scrutinized. Though promising and interesting, it is best to wait for an official word from Nokia which will immediately be reported once available.