HMD’s revival of the Nokia logo is now formally in movement. After a stellar efficiency at MWC 2017, the Nokia logo is formally again in rivalry for 2017. Although someone looking ahead to a real flagship from Nokia should wait till Q3.
Phrase in the street suggests Nokia is prepping the Nokia 9 – HMD’s first “flagship-grade” phone – for release inside of Q3. The handset will it sounds as if retail for €749/$699, so you'll be able to be expecting some lovely meaty specifications and a tight smattering of huge, headline-grabbing USPs.
Information of the release comes via Nokia Energy Consumer, which claims the handset may just release anytime between July and August – so, proper ahead of the arrival of Apple’s iPhone 8. The handset itself will have to be launched smartly prior to the iPhone 8 arrives, then again, giving HMD a pleasant run on the marketplace.
The Nokia 9 might be to be had in two garage variations, it seems that: 64GB and 128GB, despite the fact that it's going to now not run OLED panels, as Apple has apparently snaffled all those up for its iPhone 8.
The Nokia 9 is predicted to function the next, key specifications:
- QHD Show
- Snapdragon 835 CPU
- 6GB of RAM
- 22MP digital camera (probably Carl Zeiss)
The Nokia 9 may be HMD’s first VR-ready phone. HMD has its personal VR platform – OZO – and we think the Nokia 9 to be the primary handset to paintings with it; be expecting a variety of fancy three-D options and complex audio.
The current Nokia OZO camera retails for around $45,000 – so, that one’s somewhat out of most of the people’s worth vary. On the other hand, given how giant VR is getting, we believe Nokia has one thing extra egalitarian covered up for punters.