Nokia 9 Case Leaks To Show Two Important Features

A recently leaked case of the upcoming Nokia 9, which was spotted at the FCC recently, has shown off three crucial features which will ultimately enrich the phone. These are the vertically arranged dual rear cameras and the 3.5mm headphone jack, which Nokia seems to have retained despite the fact that many OEM giants have gone the opposite way this year.

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The leaked Nokia 9 case

First shown off by Slashleaks, the blue colored rear case shows off quite prominently the vertical rear cameras. Just below the rear cameras lies what looks like a fingerprint scanner, apparently contradicting earlier reports suggesting that the device would get the virtual fingerprint sensor. Also, the cases show off the 3.5mm headphone jack on the top of the device. The USB Type-C port can be seen on the bottom of the device and will be a good addition to what is being described as Nokia‘s flagship model.

As far as the form factor is concerned, the case shows off a more rounded shape. The edges are not as sharp as seen earlier. Besides, the power button and volume rockers can both be seen on the left-hand side of the leaked case. The Nokia 9 could very well end up being the best that the Finnish company has to offer, as it showed off its specs on Geekbench.

A 5.5-inch QHD display will make for a great display and it is expected that the smartphone will arrive with a 2.5D curved display on top. The Snapdragon 835 processor, which was released earlier this year, and which powers the flagships of other giants, will feature in the Nokia 9 as well. Also, the fact that there is 4GB of RAM onboard and 64GB of internal storage means that this will be a good comeback for Nokia. We expect that the new device will be priced somewhere around $699, or Rs 45,000 in India.

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