Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Nokia 9 may sport a 4150 mAH battery, new hands-on image leaked


Last week, an image of a smartphone with a penta-camera setup and Nokia branding on the back panel was leaked. The leakster and subsequent media reports dubbed the smartphone as the rumoured Nokia 9. Now, another image has been leaked which mentions that the smartphone may sport a big 4150 mAH capacity battery. 

First shared by nokiapoweruser, the image shows a smartphone’s back panel with seven cutouts - similar to what we have seen in the previous leak. On the top-left corner, the battery capacity is mentioned and on the bottom-right edge “Non-removable” is written. This implies that the supposed Nokia 9 smartphone may come with a massive 4150 mAH non-removable battery for longer run time. Back in April, Slashleaks leaked the alleged specifications of the rumoured Nokia 9 along with an image of the phone. 

The smartphone may come with 5.9-inch, QHD resolution 3D glass OLED display and may be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. When it comes to the camera, the Nokia 9 may sport a 41MP primary wide-angle camera, a 20MP secondary telephoto lens and a 9.7MP monochrome camera with ZEISS optics. There is no information on the alleged remaining two cameras. 

The sixth camera is said to be an LED flash and the seventh is apparently the IR focusing apparatus. The smartphone may come under Google’s Android One programme. An image showed the smartphone with Android One written below the Nokia branding. The leaked photo also shows the model number (TA-1094) of the phone.


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