The dropdown list on Latvia’s official Samsung Buyback Program page reveals that you can get up to 292 Euros, which is approx Rs 24,500 off on your next Galaxy phone on exchanging the Nokia 9 128GB dual-SIM model.
HMD Global is working on its new Nokia 9 flagship smartphone. Recently, the press render and live image of the upcoming flagship smartphone surfaced online. And now, the storage variants of the Nokia 9 have appeared online via most unlikely source - Samsung.
The South Korean tech giant has listed the upcoming Nokia 9 as a trade-in option for the company’s Buy Back program in Latvia. The official listing was spotted by the popular tipster, Roland Quandt and shared on Twitter.
If we go to Samsung Latvia’s official website and then go to the buyback (trade-in) page, there is a drop-down list of devices accepted for trade-ins. The unannounced Nokia 9 is surprisingly also included.
The Samsung site has revealed that the Nokia 9 will come in four variants - a 4GB single SIM, 64GB dual SIM, 128GB single SIM and 128GB dual-SIM configurations. So, the upcoming phone will be offered in two variants with single SIM and dual SIM options 64GB or 128GB of internal storage.
The dropdown list on Latvia’s official Samsung Buyback Program page reveals that you can get up to 292 Euros, which is approx Rs 24,500 off on your next Galaxy phone on exchanging the Nokia 9 128GB dual-SIM model. It is hard to say how the Nokia 9 made it to this list or whether the information is true or not. We advise you to take this information with a pinch of salt.
The most recent leak of the Nokia 9 revealed that the device is going to sport as many as five rear cameras, making it is the first smartphone to sport so many camera modules. The leaked image revealed that the Penta-camera module on the rear panel of Nokia 9 will come with Zeiss branding.
The Nokia 9 is rumoured to sport a 6.01-inch display and siad to feature up to 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. It is also expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 845 chipset and run Android Pie, as part of the Android One programme. The smartphone is also rumoured to be the first Nokia smartphone sporting an in-display fingerprint sensor.
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