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Final Nokia 9 Renders & Intro Video based on the leaked sketch

We last posted a still-in-works Nokia 9 Render and a teaser video based on the leaked design sketch of Nokia 9. We had reported an exclusive tip about Nokia 8 and Nokia 9 design sketches. Here are the final Nokia 9 renders and intro video created by concept creator. Concept creator has given a nostalgic touch with that 09:00 time on Lock-Screen, once used to tease model number of to be launched phones by Nokia

So, have a look at the the full introduction video and some beautiful renders of Nokia 9 based on the leaked design sketches.

Last two anonymous tips received by us claimed to reveal Nokia 9 specs and pricing and release date. We also reported about Nokia 7 and Nokia 8 exclusively, that you can read by clicking here.

HMD is planning to launch 6-7 Nokia Android Phones in year 2017. We have already seen Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 going official. But as revealed by HMD earlier, we will see a full product portfolio touching all major price points.

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Nayan
Nayan has more than 10 years of experience of covering Technology and innovations. He is a big Nokia fan and Tech disruptions aficionado. He loves to review new cool gadgets and writing about Android, iOS, Gadgets and general Technology stuff. He has been associated with other well-known Tech sites WinCentral and GadgetOx since long. He currently sports a Lumia 950 XL and Nexus 5X. Other interests include listening to Nu-Metal Hits and Kick-Boxing. Write to him at Email: [email protected]
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  • Nokia

    Front camera?

  • Omar Spagnolo

    that is a Real Nokia Style.

  • Allen

    The placement of the camera is wrong for dual camera set up

    • m477

      Why?

      • Allen

        Because science

        • m477

          Yeah, no. Depth map calculation is not dependent on camera orientation. What’s scientifically wrong about their placement?

          • Allen

            Positioning/alignment of the camera lens and with the viewfinder. Science.

            • DBS

              Actually, if you consider most people take their photos with the phone in a horizontal position, the positioning of the camera is actually better this way than with the lenses side by side. Science.

              • Allen

                Ah, now I see where you were your stumbled. I wasn’t discussing about the camera being side by side, but rather where the dual cameras were placed on the back cover. Kindly revert to the second message I wrote to m477. Logic.

                • m477

                  What does prevent them from being placed there? I see nothing illogical. What’s so different with this solution from every other one on the market?

  • DBS

    Pretty but some things are too unrealistic:

    1 – The thinness of the device. That’s way to thin to be possible. The battery would have to be minimal, and it wouldn’t be able to have lots of things that require space.

    2 – The buttons are too sunk. That’s not unrealistic but it is horrible. The Nokia 930 had that problem.

    3 – The cameras are too close to each other. They’ll need to be a bit more separates to allow for the OIS to be present. Unless Nokia does the absolutely stupid thing of skipping OIS on their flagship…which would be absolutely insane and a first for them.

    I’m still hoping that screen is indeed 5.5″.
    Because a 5.5″ screen with a 2:1 aspect ration, that occupies the entire frame, means that the phone will be actually usable in one hand as it’s overall size will be the same if not actually smaller than the S7. Which, to me, would be amaaaaazing.
    And make up for the horrible rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.

    I also hope the phone is indeed glass. ’cause that allows for Qi charging.

    • m477

      The thinness of the device. That’s way to thin to be possible. The battery would have to be minimal, and it wouldn’t be able to have lots of things that require space.

      It seems to be 7mm+, which is a normal thickness, especially since it’s flat.

      The cameras are too close to each other. They’ll need to be a bit more separates to allow for the OIS to be present.

      Not necessarily. While OIS cameras are slightly bigger than non-OIS ones, they are still small enough to be that close.

      Because a 5.5″ screen with a 2:1 aspect ration, that occupies the entire frame, means that the phone will be actually usable in one hand as it’s overall size will be the same if not actually smaller than the S7. Which, to me, would be amaaaaazing.

      It would actually be as big as the Xperia z5 compact, which is fantastic.

      • DBS

        “It seems to be 7mm+, which is a normal thickness, especially since it’s flat.”

        The render on the video is less than that. It’s just a rendering problem I think.
        At any rate, I hate thin devices. It always means compromises.

        “Not necessarily. While OIS cameras are slightly bigger than non-OIS ones, they are still small enough to be that close.”

        It’s not the size of the camera, it’s the system around it. For them to be that close the camera AND the OIS system would have to be both quite small…which isn’t good.

        “It would actually be as big as the Xperia z5 compact, which is fantastic.”

        Absolutely!

        • m477

          Take a look at the Moto Z Play. It’s 7mm thick. It doesn’t seem thicker than the render, but I my be mistaking.
          OIS integrated in the camera module, it’s not a separate part like on standalone cameras.

          • DBS

            I replied to this but the answer is missing for some reason. Hopefully you got the notification on your email with the original text anyway.

            • m477

              Nope, if it contained a link, it was auto deleted by discus.

              • DBS

                It did, a YouTube link. Anyway, point was, the OIS system always requires the camera unit to be bigger as it needs to accommodate the stace for the stabilisation axis system around the camera lens/lenses. The render shows them too close to each other to allow for OIS.

                • m477

                  It could be a single custom camera module with two sensors, both with OIS. That would be surely small enough. Anyway, we’ll know for sure in a few months.

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