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HMD’s upcoming Nokia 9 may feature Snapdragon 835 with 8GB RAM

By Team Feedbaac
The amount of RAM present in the Nokia 9 could be as much as a laptop.

While HMD has returned the iconic mobile brand with a bunch of mid-range smartphones, the company has yet to introduce a Nokia flagship model to compete with the likes of Samsung, Apple. We have seen plenty of rumors hinting that the Nokia 9 allegedly features the Snapdragon 835 processor, but the latest leak suggests that the device will come with a whopping 8GB RAM.

The new information comes from a recent GeekBench benchmark entry reveals that the device used holds 7717MB system memory, or to be precise, 8GB RAM. The model codenamed “Unknown Heart” is said to be powered by the latest Snapdragon 835 processor with Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system. The leaked benchmark entry doesn’t reveal other details such as camera specifications, display size and so on.

Earlier rumors suggested that Nokia 9 will mostly be featuring a 5.3-inch display with QHD resolution, 64GB of on-board storage, and a dual-camera setup. It was also previously rumored that the Nokia 9 could come with 4GB RAM as opposed to the latest leaks. Our guess is that the Nokia 9 may release in two different storage options with 4GB RAM and 8GB RAM, respectively.

There has been plenty of images and render leaks of the Nokia 9 and the Nokia 8 in the past. An alleged sketch leak suggests that while both the Nokia 8 and Nokia 9 comes with dual-lens cameras, the Nokia 8 will have a fingerprint scanner on the front side, whereas the Nokia 9 will feature its fingerprint scanner on the rear side.

Meanwhile, HMD has officially announced that the iconic remake of the Nokia 3310 feature phone will be released in the UAE next month for just AED 199. Colors include Warm Red, Yellow, Dark Blue and Grey.

Stay tuned for more information regarding Nokia’s upcoming Android flagship smartphones. There is no word yet on when these new smartphones will go official and when it will hit the UAE stores.

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