The Nokia 9 is still under development. We are still not sure about the specs though there have been a bunch of rumors floating around, the latest being the Nokia 9 is the phone with five rear cameras. There is a new info about the device and this is from a more credible source – Samsung.
Yes, this new info about the Nokia 9 is from Samsung’s own official website. The info was spotted by Roland Quandt who shared it on Twitter today and it lists the storage and SIM variants of the upcoming Nokia flagship.
If you head to Samsung Latvia’s official website and head to the buyback (trade-in) page, there is a drop-down list of devices accepted for trade-ins. Surprisingly, the unreleased Nokia 9 is also included.
The site reveals the Nokia 9 will come in two storage variants – a 64GB model and a 128GB model. Each variant will also be available in single SIM and dual-SIM configurations. There is really no reason to doubt the authenticity but it doesn’t mean these are the only possible variants of the Nokia 9. The above may just be the models that will be sold in Latvia when it finally launches.
The Nokia 9 is expected to come with a Snapdragon 845 processor, at least 4GB of RAM, and at least dual rear cameras. If HMD Global decides to follow the same schedule as last year, the Nokia 9 should be announced later this month and should go on sale in October.