Nokia 9 Spotted On GFXBench With Dual Rear Camera, Android Oreo
We all know very well that the Finnish company Nokia is doing things really well. The manufacturer has resurfaced as a phoenix with the help of HMD Global and is entering the Android market just by attacking a really delicate point: updates. Now, Nokia 9 has been spotted on benchmarking site with the dual rear camera, Android Oreo and much more.
Nokia is doing things really well. The manufacturer has resurfaced as a phoenix with the help of HMD Global and is entering the Android market just by attacking a really delicate point: updates.
We have already talked about Nokia 8, which will soon be updated to the latest version of Google’s operating system. And now we have been able to know that the Nokia 9 will have Android Oreo as standard.
Following the introduction of the Nokia 8, the Finnish manufacturer Nokia continues to work on its next flagship, a device that will have hardware that will acclaim it in the highest range of the sector. And it is that, from what we have seen in GFXBench, the Nokia 9 will be a complete beast.
It is not the first time we talk about the Finnish manufacturer’s next workhorse, but after this leak by GFXBench, we can almost confirm the technical characteristics of the Nokia 9. To begin with, the Nokia 9 will feature a screen consisting of a panel of 5.3 inches that will reach a resolution of 2K (1440 x 2560 pixels).
It seems that the Finnish company Nokia has opted for Qualcomm’s best solution to bring its device to life. In this way, the Snapdragon 835 processor along with the powerful Adreno 540 GPU and 4 GB of RAM will be responsible for making the Nokia 9 move any game or application without any major problems for much graphics load that they require.
With 64GB of internal storage, the Nokia 9 is expected to have a 12 + 12-megapixel dual camera system, surely an RGB and a monochrome, which will allow blurred photography as well as 4K video recording. And we can not forget its 12-megapixel front camera as well.
The Nokia 9 will come with Android Oreo from the factory and already at the time the historic manufacturer announced that its new line of phones would be upgraded from the first provided that Google presents a new version of its operating system and seems to be met.
This strategy was already used by Motorola and it worked out quite well the reason why the fact that Nokia wants to continue with this idea, and seems to comply, is excellent news and one more reason to re-trust in the mark.
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