#nokia will be unveiling another high-end smartphone before this year ends. The company already introduced Nokia 8 to the market. According to a report by Gadgets 360, the firm is now preparing for the premiere of Nokia 9. Rumor has it that the device will carry similar features as the Nokia 8 but there will be key differences too. The Finnish giant hasn’t made any official announcement regarding this matter, therefore, not much is known about the handset yet. However, a new leak-based #Video showcases the artists’ vision of Nokia 9. In this clip, the smartphone can be seen from all angles. The premium phone seems ready to take on flagships by companies like #Apple, Samsung, and LG.

Concept video

The latest video was posted by popular YouTube user, Concept Creator. The video consists of alleged renders of Nokia 9 that have surfaced online before. According to Concept Creator, the smartphone will feature a glass backing on front and rear panels. One can’t help but notice how similar the smartphone (in the video) looks to Apple iPhone 8. The video also claims that Nokia will eliminate the 3.5mm headphone jack from the device. The fingerprint scanning feature is situated on the rear panel, right next to the camera module. This refutes leading speculations that suggested that Nokia might opt for an under the display fingerprint scanner. The antenna bands are placed on the sides of the device, rather than the back. All the physical keys – including power/volume buttons, are seen on the right-hand side.

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Specs and features

According to Nokia Power User, previously it was indicated that the smartphone would offer both, 6GB and 8GB of RAM along with 128GB of internal memory. Furthermore, Nokia 9 will feature the IP68 certification – making it both dust and water resistant. The speculations also suggested that the device may pack an iris scanning option. Moreover, the smartphone is expected to be available in one color only – Black. It will share one similarity with Nokia 8 - its processor. The device will be powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 system-on-chip. There are chances that it might run on Android Oreo directly out of the box.

Meanwhile, HMD Global-backed Nokia only recently unveiled Nokia 7 to the Chinese market. The smartphone carries mid-range features and is only available in China at this time. Nokia hasn’t made any announcement about bringing the handset to other markets.