In order to get the update for your Nokia 6 phone, you will have to join the Nokia phones beta labs and create an account and validate your device by entering the IMEI number. According to a report by GSMArena, the Nokia 9 will come with a 5.5-inch OLED display made by LG. That would be a nice improvement over the LCD screens that present gen Nokia comes with. The fingerprint sensor which has been on the front in all other Nokia devices, has now moved to the back side. The render surfaced on Chinese social network Weibo, as reported by GSMArena, showcases that the smartphone has thin bezels and a metal-finish body.
HMD Global is bringing the new Nokia handsets, with FCC records revealing approval for a new Nokia 9 flagship device including some specifications. The gadget has dual cameras to the rear, one featuring 12 megapixels and the other 13 megapixels. The smartphone is rumored to launch alongside Nokia 6 (2018) next month. The details spotted at FCC even showcase the About Screen information of the phone along with its detailed specs sheet.
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Meanwhile, an image of Nokia 9 has also surfaced online.
So far so good but the specs aren't anything to excite new phone buyers in the new year. The device is expected to retain the 3.5mm headphone jack. It also has an 8-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calling. The front has dual curved screen. But, rumours suggest that the smartphone may go official in January. The beta update also includes Android security update for December 2017. The bottom houses a USB Type-C port, which is the only port seen in the handset.
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