The army of Nokia handsets will be available very soon starting with three of its handsets- Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. The flagship model, HMD TA-1004, the codename for Nokia 9 was conveniently found in some benchmark websites but recently it was found on the FCC’s website. Which indicates that it is only a matter of time the company is closer to a US release. The filing was sent on June 7th.
What’s known from some sources is that the Nokia 9 uses a 5.3-inch QHD display and an 8GB RAM, according to a benchmark listing. It is likely Nokia 9 would have a 4GB variant. The phone may use Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0 with a dual-lens camera and USB Type-C connection.
The Nokia 9 flagship handset will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU The rest of the information is still not known. According to the listing, it uses Bluetooth 4.2 LE, WiFi AC and NFC. The onboard storage space would be a 64GB, though it may change as pre-production samples are not necessarily finalised specs.
According to the information leaks, the Nokia 9 will share a similar design with the Nokia 6. It is assumed that it will use an aluminium body at the back with vertical dual cameras, a home button which works as a fingerprint scanner and navigation capacitive buttons on its either side. Nokia 9 may be priced for US $800, a similar price range compared to the Sony Xperia XZ and may compete with Samsung Galaxy S8+ in some capacity.
The Nokia handsets 3, 5 and 6 will be available by the end of June. For now, we know only about the FCC filing. The rest we’ll know in time.
— Dawn of Tech (@DawnofTech) June 12, 2017