HMD Global's flagship smartphone - the Nokia 8 was announced last month and is all set to be released in the global markets within the next month. Being a flagship, the handset packs in high-end features such as the Snapdragon 835 SoC and a dual camera setup with the Carl Zeiss branding.
The one aspect that is disappointing is the design of the Nokia 8. The smartphone has a striking resemblance to the mid-range Nokia 6 launched earlier this year. Besides the presence of the dual camera lenses at the rear and a few other features such as Nokia OZO Audio, Dual-Sight, and Liquid Cooling, the Nokia 8 doesn't have many major differences when stacked up against the Nokia 6 as it is a flagship smartphone.
We already know that HMD Global is prepping the Nokia 9 that could be the next flagship smartphone from the company. Of course, we cannot expect the Nokia 9 to be launched anytime soon as the Nokia 8 is yet to be made available globally. However, the concept designers have always kept us high with expectations with their designs.
The latest concept video of the Nokia 9 comes from the YouTube channel Concept Creators. The video shows that the device could feature very thin bezels at the top and bottom and that the side bezels are almost absent. There appears to be a curved glass on top of the screen and a slight curvature on the entire phone is noticeable. The Nokia 9 appears to be designed to not have any physical buttons at the front as there are on-screen keys.
The Nokia 9 concept video shows that HMD will continue to use the dual camera lenses from Carl Zeiss on the upcoming flagship. The concept shows the two 13MP lenses vertically aligned at the back with the dual tone LED flash below the cameras. There seems to be a 3.5mm audio jack at the top and a USB Type-C port at the bottom.
That's all we have to say about the concept video of the Nokia 9. Do take a look at the video from below.