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Nokia 9 Specs, Features and Everything You Need to Know

May 22, 2017 05:21 PM EDT

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The original giant telecom leader had it going for 14 years as the top handset maker until it was downgraded to mere junk by its competitors. It all went downhill after Samsung took the lead in cell phone distribution in the first quarter of 2012. Nokia was labeled as a slow mover in the industry confidently making it unabated to the top easily without stiff competition until Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007. Apple and Android crushed Nokia, which is an open issue. This year, the Nokia 9 will uplift the belittled Finnish company from hibernation.

Nokia 9 comes with all the amenities a cell phone potential buyer could want with its 5.5 QHD 2k display that comes with an Iris Scanner. The body is so elegant and slim that its thickness measures only 7.4 mm. It has a primary camera of 13 megapixels a secondary 12 megapixels camera with laser and face detection focus supported by a dual LED flash. The main and rear camera is geo-tagging, touch focus, face detecting, HDR, and panoramic features in scope. The video specs is 2160p@30 fps or 1080p@ 30fps.

Due to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Processor inside the Nokia 9, it has the effect of a prime knot top segment feature that delivers crisp and vivid photos and videos. Nokia 9's processor makes the difference in the evolution of smartphone cameras that allow users to capture the moment as they see it, reports Qualcomm.

The 6 GB LPDDR4 RAM and the 64 to 128 GB Storage make the Nokia 9 easy to navigate and operate on a platform of OS Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It even has SoC Chipset of Qualcomm 8998 Snapdragon 835 powered by an octa-core (4x2.45 GHz Kryo and 4x1.9GHz Kryo). Its GPU is the Adreno 540.

A battery pack of 3650 mAh fires up the Nokia 9 and is 141 hours duration on standby mode, eight hours of web browsing, 90 hours of music, 21 hours of phone conversations and five hours video recording. It has a fast battery charging capacity.

For the Nokia 9 audio support, it is loaded with a call or message vibrations, Waveform audio file format (WAV) ringtones, and MP3. A 3.5mm jack is available that delivers 24 bit / 192 kHz audio, Dolby Atmos Sound enhancement, and active noise cancellation feature with dedicated microphone, reports GS Marena.

Other features that are bundled up in the Nokia 9 are the fingerprint sensors, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, and heart rate. The messaging feature comes in SMS (threaded), MMS, email, push mail, and IM with HTML5 browser. It goes with a photo video editor and a document viewer.

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