And HMD Global, the parent company of Nokia smartphones also confirmed that they will be updating all their devices to Android Oreo. A new alleged render of the Nokia 9 was spotted on the Chinese social networking site, Weibo.
After the information is verified, users will be provided with a Request OTA option on agreeing to Terms and Conditions.
Either way we'll keep our eyes peeled so check back with us in the near future for more updates. The Nokia TA-1047 - which recently passed through the regulatory agency for certification - is apparently one and the same with the QWERTY-equipped Nokia revealed by the leakster.
Nokia's upcoming 2018 smartphones, the Nokia 6 (2018) and the Nokia 9, have been in the news from the past few days. But the other noteworthy change is the move to an OLED screen, which usually translates to deeper blacks and power savings. Being a beta update, you might notice the new Oreo Beta update a bit buggy and for that reason, you can roll back to the original Nougat update. GSMArena reports that the phone will run Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. Only try the beta software if you are up to it, and we'd recommend not to use it on your daily driver. Also, the Nokia branding seems to be missing from the front of the handset. Let's dive in and check what the device will offer. The device sports a 5.5 Inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. While it has been announced, I wouldn't call it widely available just yet, just as the Snapdragon 835 wasn't widely implemented until well into Q2 last year thanks to Samsung buying them up for its Galaxy S9 range. Did HMD want to play it safe with a tried and tested chip? The Nokia 6 (2018) has already stopped by TENAA, China's regulatory electronics authority.
The Nokia 9 RAM size wasn't mentioned, but the device is listed as having 128GB of storage.