Twenty-seven new GeekBench results have appeared for a device named “Unknown heart”, complete with a Snapdragon 835 chipset and 4GB of RAM. Thanks to some other leaked photos we’ve seen, we know that the “Heart” refers to the unreleased/unannounced Nokia 9.
Just a few days ago, the Nokia 9 was spotted on GeekBench with 8GB of RAM. Seeing that much RAM in a phone could only mean that the phone could be headed for the spec-competitive Asian markets. But seeing as there’s another model being tested with 4GB of RAM, it could mean the Nokia 9 will also be intended for western markets like North and South America where 4GB is the norm.
According to previous rumors, the Nokia 9 could see a price tag of $700 in the US and €750 in Europe. Otherwise, the Nokia 9 will have a 5.3-inch QHD screen, 64GB of internal storage, and will be Quick Charge 3.0 compatible. There will also be a dual-13MP camera setup.
All I am saying is the Nokia 9 better have two screen size options other than the rumored 5.3" screen. It will make a lotta lotta sense to have a slim bezeled 5.7" screen of 16:9AR. I saw a beautiful concept of a Nokia on concept-phones today...that...
YIKES! Attention fellow commentators: please be less contentious and more positive! If BlackBerry can turn things around, why not Nokia?
I bet the one for the Asian market will cost the same as the NA/SA market version.