Nokia 9 with Snapdragon 835, 4GB RAM spotted on Antutu

Nokia 9

4GB RAM Nokia 9 Variant Surfaces On AnTuTu & Geekbench

Now that's some serious pixel density (554ppi) on the Nokia 9.

Now, according to some previously leaked info, the 8GB RAM model of the device will be released for some Asian markets, while the 4GB RAM variant will ship to the U.S. and Europe. IBT previously reported that alleged leaked photos of the handset surfaced online showing its "Heart" codename. The device is also claimed to have the Adreno 540 graphics unit that will work in tandem with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC.

In a separate report by NokiaPowerUser today also revealed that the Nokia 9 has also appeared in the European Accreditation Union. Given the fact that the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 were also spotted on benchmarking websites with the name "Heart", it is a fair assumption that the new device is in fact the Nokia 9. The certification also shows that there will also be single-SIM and dual-SIM variants of the upcoming smartphone.

Other key specifications of the handset include 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage and 13MP cameras both on the front and rear.

It's possible that the Nokia 9 might actually have three different variants with differing RAM capacities.

"Further, the device is expected to sport a 5.5" QHD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. As of now, only the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Xiaomi Mi 6 are the two Snapdragon 835 powered smartphones that are on sale. Whether this means a dual rear camera setup with 13MP sensors each or rear+front camera, is unclear.

The Nokia 9 will be the first Nokia handset manufactured by HMD Global that will feature a dual-camera setup. Internal storage is said to be 64GB, with no word yet on other storage options.

The Nokia 9 has been spotted on the AnTuTu database with the model number TA-1004.

The report needs to be taken with a pinch of salt given the company has not yet officially confirmed details about its upcoming smartphones, including Nokia 9.

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