Nokia 8, on the other hand, is expected to be the cheaper version of Nokia 9. Now, a tipster sent alleged Nokia 9 and Nokia 8 sketches to NokiaPowerUser, revealing some interesting details about the two phones. However, the Nokia 9 battery will be non-removable.
HMD Global announced the launch of Nokia 6 back in January 2017 bringing the first Nokia smartphone after Nokia N1 tablet. The right sided smartphone is claimed to be the Nokia 9 but with no home button on the front.
The Nokia 6 model is yet to find its way to customers around the globe but the phone has already started receiving the Android 7.1.1 Nougat update. You can also check for it through settings, about phone, and software update.
The lower half makes room for an oval home button which will presumably double up as a fingerprint scanner.
According to reports, currently, the update for Nokia 6 is only being distributed in China and some other parts.
Nokia is soon going to launch three distinct Android handsets, but all three of them are mid-range devices at best by this year's mobile standards. It will most likely hit the market at the end of Q3, while its price is said to be about $699 (or approx Rs 45,063) in the US.
The Nokia 6 sports a unibody design and touts a 5.5-inch FHD screen.
The smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor, 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. In it, it introduced the new Nokia 3, 5 and 6, however, one of the things that caught attention was the promise of the company to update their phones nearly instantly. Purported sketches of both handsets have come to light recently, alongside a pretty realistic artist's conception of what the finished product could look like. Hopefully, we will get plenty of exciting smartphones from Nokia in the coming days.