Geekbench Lists New Nokia Handsets With SD 835, 660 & 630

There is no official news about these three devices from Nokia but considering that the codenames fall in line with previous Nokia devices, there is a high possibility that Nokia is gearing up for an extended array of smartphones. Hence, not much is revealed about the device.

The leak also suggests the phone will come with an aluminium build while the latest rumours indicate it may retail at $700.

While Nokia has announced 3 smartphones so far, none of them seem to be the "premium" segment devices that we expected them to be. Basically, the new Nokia device is said to be the Nokia 9.

For the software, Nokia will be bundling Android 7.1.1 with minimal strings attached and a blue-themed launcher inspired from the one you get on the Google Pixel series.

The phone runs on the Snapdragon 835 processor along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage space.

The phone comes out with a 5.3 inched QHD display with a maximum brightness of 530nits.

Right off the bat, the 13MP dual lens shooter - yes, it's the first Nokia dual camera phone - that catches our attention. On the camera front, the smartphone will sport a 22-megapixel dual Carl-Zeiss rear camera and a 12-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies. A lot can still change and be improved between now and the Nokia 9's launch.

Will the Nokia 9 be as legendarily indestructible as the Nokia 3310? The physical home button for the smartphone is also seen to be similar to what is found in the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6, with the home button doubling as a fingerprint scanner. Fun fact: the Nokia N9 back in 2011 already had an always-on clock and double tap to wake years before Samsung and LG would implement those respective features.

The Nokia 9 is coming with android version.

  • Arturo Norris