Nokia 9 Set to Appear With Dual Selfie Cameras

If the latest reports are correct, the upcoming Nokia 9, one of the most premium flagship devices set to arrive, will have dual selfie cameras. We had reported a day ago how the Nokia 9 had been codenamed ‘Avatar’ and how it was set to appear with a 5-megapixel selfie camera. Apparently, the device will have two cameras at the front.

We had also reported how the dual selfie cameras were a real option for this much-anticipated smartphone, developed by HMD Global and manufactured for Nokia.

Apparently, the device is set to feature a Chicony CKACE16 module meant for the frontal camera. On the manufacturer site, it says that this is a dual camera system. A photo of the module seems to be carrying an image of a single sensor, which is apparently wrong. Simply put, the Chicony CKACE16 is an autofocus enabled )thankfully) dual camera setup which comprises of a f/2.0 aperture 5-megapixel sensor. This sensor has support for full HD video recording. Being a dual cam system, there is also another 5-megapixel sensor that has a f/2.4 aperture.

Nokia-9

The design that we had looked at earlier confirms that the new Nokia 9 may have the model number of TA-1054, and that is set for imminent launch. The FCC filing of the smartphone has also revealed some of its most important specs and features. We are all set to see a 5.5-inch OLED display which may incorporate an 18:9 aspect ratio. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset is set to power the phone. Also aboard will be a UFS 2.1 storage of 128 GB which also includes a microSD card slot. On the rear is a 12-megapixel + 13-megapixel dual cameras. The only disappointment appears to be the battery: the 3,250mAh battery seems to be underprepared.

The Nokia 9 is set to launch on January 19, 2018, alongside the next-gen Nokia 8.

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