But the most powerful smartphone manufactured by HMD Global to date may not be "properly banded for the US" to ensure the company's "pledge of 110% consumer satisfaction". While the render shows all sides of the Nokia 9 clearly, we can not spot an earphone jack on the device from the available images. So, it does make sense about the recently leaked Nokia 9, which offers similar specifications as that of the Nokia 8 with a few improvements as well. This pushes the fingerprint reader on the back (below the camera).
HMD Global's Nokia 9 will have a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with thin bezels, but no headphone jack.
HMD Global is expected to launch the next-generation Nokia 9 smartphone, and some rumours claim the device to come with a nearby bezel-less design.
According to these renders, the Nokia 9 will have small bezels. However, one thing that might disappoint the fan is the fact that, the OEM is going to ditch the 3.5 mm headphone jack in favour of USB type C port.
For now, there isn't much information available about the Nokia 9, however, we are pretty sure to hear more about this Nokia flagship in the coming weeks or maybe months.
Nestled in the extremely shiny rear panel of the Nokia 9 is a vertically-arranged dual-lens camera, which appears to protrude quite a bit. The smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon 835, 4GB RAM, either 64GB/128GB storage, and a dual-camera setup on the back.
I'm pleased to be the bearer of three promising pieces of news regarding the Nokia Android phones today. However HMD Global - as of yet - has not revealed any details about the Nokia 9 launch.