Nokia N9 Lankku Render Images Show Up, Look S*xy [UPDATED]

By 12:44 Mon, 12 Jul 2021 Comments

Less than 8 hours before the start of the Nokia Connection event in Singapore, a batch of images of the rumored Nokia N9 just surfaced.

The renders see fantastic and if they are to be trusted, the N9 will in fact pack a candybar form factor, as opposed to the previously rumored QWERTY slider. According to various sources, the Nokia N9 renders come from Nokia themselves and see very close to the final product.

Update: Engadacquire has snooped live photos of the device, which may or may not be called the N9-01. The Lankku codename is confirmed though.

The recent photos perfectly backup the rendered press shots.

If you hold a closer look, you'll notice that the glass of the classy screen is slightly curved outwards. Zoom in on the top correct corner of the N9 on first image and you should see outlines of the front-facing camera.

This overlaps with earlier prototype N9 renders that we've seen but dismissed as fake. It's an odd place to put a capturing camera in, but if it's true, we are sure Nokia will have some sort of an explanation.

The Nokia N9 is assumed to be running MeeGo and the icons see very much like those on the latest Symbian Anna. Other alleged key specifications include a 4-inch FWVideo Graphics Array (VGA) capacitive touchscreen, sporting a resolution of 854x480 pixels, 64GB of storage, HDMI-out and a MicroSIM card slot, which we are not really sure about.

Of course, the main piece of the Nokia N9 is the camera. Recent prototype images have recommended 8MP auto-focus capturing camera with dual Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash on the back, though we tdiscontinue to believe Nokia will go with the more advanced 12MP sensor with 28mm wide-angle Carl Zeiss lens.

The Nokia N9 UI • the 12MP capturing camera lens as previously leaked

Most of this is not yet confirmed, but we'll surely acquire the facts and figures of the Nokia N9 in less than eight hours straight from the horse's mouth at tomorrow's Nokia's Connection event.




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