Nokia 9 goes through the FCC with dubious specifications

The Nokia 8 was the Nokia flagship phone for 2017 and although it is a recommended device, there are some areas where we like to see improvements to its successor. The Nokia 9 has recently gone through the FCC with many of its specifications in full-screen mode, and unfortunately it’s a mix of old and new.

Starting with the improvements, the 5.5 inch OLED screen of the Nokia 9 should offer brighter colors and increased deeper black tone compared to Nokia’s IPS Panel 8 and the battery’s 3090 mAh to 3250 mAh. There are still two cameras on the back, and although the resolutions are slightly lower on the Nokia 9 with a 12MP 13MP sensor and the number of megapixels are not the end, everything is a matter of quality picture / video. In addition, as with the Nokia 8, there will be 128GB of UFS 2.1 memory with an option to expand via a microSD card.

Looking at the front camera, it is said that the Nokia 9 comes with a 5MP sensor. It’s not necessarily bad, but it’s an interesting change, considering that the Nokia 8 has a 13MP.
In addition to this, the Nokia 9 also seems to use the Snapdragon 835. This is the same processor found in the Nokia 8, and although the 835 is not slowed in imagination, it’s disappointing that Nokia chose the Nokia 845. Snapdragon over that path Choose cost or send the phone as soon as possible to lower, but in any case there is no harm in the many benefits of 845 found in the latest Nokia.

 

 

 

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