Nokia 9 to sport an iPhone X-like notch and an under-display fingerprint sensor

Nokia 9 leaked image

Nokia 9 was expected to launch at MWC 2018 but the company didn’t release it then. The phone has been subjected to multiple leaks in the past months. Today a new rumour has claimed the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor and the iPhone X-like notch on it. The addition of the in-display sensor will not leave room for bezels and HMD will be able to make a truly bezel-less phone. 

Also read: Nokia 9: release date, news and rumours

Nokia 9 has also been rumoured to carry a Penta lens camera set up by ZEISS. It will also be the first smartphone by the company to have Ozo Audio 3D technology. The processor on the phone is expected to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. The rear camera setup will have 13MP + 13MP sensors, positioned vertically just like the Nokia 8. The phone is also expected to be IP68 certified.

The smartphone is likely to sport a 5.5-inch OLED display with the trending aspect ratio of 18:9. Coming to the Nokia 6, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 8 Sirrocco and Nokia 1, they will arrive in India in May. Samsung has already launched its Galaxy S9 flagship within a matter of days. Isn’t it too late for Nokia to launch the four smartphones? 

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We would advise you to take this information with caution, for the company hasn’t confirmed anything. What do you think of this phone? Let us know in the comments section below. Stay tuned to  Mr. Phone and download our app to get the latest updates from the world of smartphone technology.  


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