Apr 10, 2017 11:08 AM EDT
The Nokia 9, the latest flagship device from the tech giant has been the talk of the net for long. Just as the release time closes by, the internet is filled with several rumors. As of now, the latest rumors suggest the device would cost around $700 in the US, €750 across Europe and Rs 45000 in India. No British pricing has been provided yet.
The €750 price of Nokia 9 is expected to be that of the 64GB model. But as per reports, there might also be a 128GB model that might cost even higher, GSMArena reported. The device comes with an amazing 22-megapixel dual camera on the back. It also includes a 12-megapixel front camera for perfect selfies. If that's not all for the tech buffs, the Nokia 9 also includes Carl Zeiss lens on the camera. It is believed to be a flagship device slated for a Q3 launch or maybe later. It has a look that can make even Samsung Galaxy S8 look lame.
For people who aren't aware, Nokia has given the license to manufacture the device, design, distribute and use the brand. As per Pocket-lint, the price and launching date of the Nokia 9 has only come from a tipster and it appears it might not release before the third quarter. Some tech experts assume it might release in July or early August. Interestingly, amidst all the rumors regarding its price and date of release, there has been no confirmation from Nokia.
Nokia hasn't yet confirmed if the Nokia 9 would be a flagship device. However, users can expect it to have 5.5-inch QHD OLED screen and might feature OZO audio system. The software technology would allow the device to record spatial sound and 3D audio. The phone might also run on Snapdragon Qualcomm 835 processor.The Nokia 9 would run purely on Android OS with the tech giant promising regular updates.
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