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Nokia 9 leaked cases show bezel less curved display ahead of MWC 2018 launch

It looks like Nokia is going to be a highlight at the MWC this year. Now the company’s upcoming Nokia 9 smartphone is in the limelight of fresh leaks, revealing the entire design of the device.

While HMD Global’s Nokia 9 is yet unannounced and still being rumoured, the leaked cases give an idea of the phone’s looks. Earlier, the FCC listings of the phone unveiled the key specifications and now we have a look at the design. However, the Nokia 9 is so far tipped to be showcased but not made available after the MWC 2018.

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The Nokia 9 could be one of the few flagships from the Finnish brand this year. While some expect it to come later this year, new leaks suggest a sooner arrival of the device. To start with, the leaked cases of the device showcase some of the key aspects of the phone’s design.

At the front, the cases give a look at the curved display on the Nokia 9. This appears to be a taller panel with 18:9 aspect ratio. The FCC listing says that this is a 5.5-inch OLED panel. With the curved display, the phone could be seriously good looking and come with no side bezels.

At the back, we can see the dual camera setup which is likely to equip Carl Zeiss optics. This appears to be a compact setup along with a flash. The fingerprint sensor is also moved to the back, which means lesser chin bezels on the front. We can expect a good screen-to-body ratio on the device.

Earlier, the leaks have revealed that Nokia 9 could come with a Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor coupled with 128GB internal storage. The rear cameras too are tipped to be 13MP + 12MP sensors along with a 5MP front-facing camera. With the volume rockers and lock button at the right side of the device, the Nokia 9 may have an uncanny resemblance to that of the Samsung Galaxy S8.


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