Not quite what this schematic showed, but these Nokia 9 renders show a hip bezel-less design. The fingerprint reader leaves the front for a cozy place below the dual Zeiss camera on the back – nice and centered, low and easy to reach.
On the front is an alleged AMOLED display with a curved glass (the back glass is curved as well). GFXBench claims that the screen will measure 5.3 inches, same as the Nokia 8. Company reps hinted that the 9 will have a larger screen, but even if GFX wasn’t exactly right we’re probably looking at 5.5” tops.
The chipset will likely be a Snapdragon 835 (an 845 is a distant possibility). The camera could use the IMX 258 sensor again, which comes in both RGB and monochrome versions (both are used on the Nokia 8).
According to hearsay, the Nokia 9 will cost €750 when it comes out (when that will be is unknown). It will be waterproof (IP68), unlike the current Nokia 8 flagship.
$hitty appstore. But what did jobs do? improve on it. Like i said, not an inventor but an innovator.
Wohoho.. Hold your horses.. You said phones weren't smart before iPhone? You've got to be kidding me.. Phones have long became smart before the iPhone.. There were palms, WinMos and symbians.. And no they don't need an app store to become smart.. Eve...
Nokia had an appstore on symbian.