May 18, 2017 10:53 AM EDT
HMD Global has already taken potential steps to re-establish the forgotten glory of Nokia by revealing three new Android smartphones at this year's Mobile World Congress. Now the company is said to work on two more stunners which would extend the re-glorification of Nokia brand name. The smartphone giant has now been spotted to accidentally leaking a teaser clip which has been hinted to be of these upcoming masterpieces. Named as, Nokia 8 and Nokia 9, the handsets are hinted to boast some extraordinary range of specs and features.
Though the video clip was taken down within some time, according to Gadget 360, famous tipster Evan Blass was able to extract much about both the surfaced smartphones' functionalities and technicalities. He spotted that Nokia 9 would boast a dual-lens rear camera alongside 22-megapixel sensor coupled with Carl Zeiss optics setup. The front shooter would hold a 12-megapixel face recognition technology based sensor. The smartphone would be powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 chipset. It would run on Android 7.1.2 Nougat out of the box.
Indian Express pointed that Nokia 9 would flaunt a 5.5-inch QHD display made of AMOLED panel. The display would boast highest resolution capacity up to 1440 x 2560 pixels. As for memory specifications, Nokia 9 would sport a 6 GB RAM support alongside 64 GB built-in storage memory. The handset will also come with a powerful battery support with a long lasting 3800 cell, ensuring excessive capability for evolving high-end operations and multitasking.
The smartphone is also hinted to make its official debut in multiple colors. Although none of the trustworthy sources has been able to get any close to its color options Alongside, Nokia 9, HMD Global is also expected to launch Nokia 8 and another smartphone which the company considers to be "iPhone Killer." The pricing and availability of all the three smartphones are still a mystery.
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