While the phone is not making its way to the market until next year, we now know how it will look. After the images Nokia 2 made its way to the internet, now is the turn for Nokia 9. However, these renders are based on CAD files, which means that the design can change.
The CAD renders show that the Nokia 9 appears to be a sleek smartphone but the details regarding its internals are not available. Based on the render, it looks like it will come with a curved screen. That's where the Nokia 9 comes in and if some renders created by OnLeaks are anything to go by, it will certainly give the other flagships a run for their money.
The Nokia 9 is expected to measure 140.9 x 72.9 x 7.5mm, with a thickness of 8.9mm where the camera is placed.
Elsewhere, specs are said to include the Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64/128GB onboard storage options. Immediately noticeable is the curved front and back, as well as a rear-mounted dual-camera sensor, indicating the device could be the most expensive smartphone from HMD Global yet. Specs for this haven't been revealed just yet, but we can expect a 12- or 13-megapixel lens which will nearly certainly feature Zeiss optics. The USB Type-C is the only port on the phone. While press renders of Nokia 2 were leaked last month, but there weren't any credible Nokia 9 images leaked till now.
The phone is speculated to have an aluminium frame. The smartphone will be backed up by a 3800mAH battery with Qualcomm Quick-Charge 4 support.
Although the render is lovely, there is always the potential that things could change before the handset goes to production.