The Nokia 8 smartphone that launched this summer was the first truly flagship-class phone to wear the Nokia name since HMD took over the brand last year. But it won’t be the last.

After months of rumors that a Nokia 9 was on the way, the phone seems to have passed through the FCC website.

The FCC listing gives us an idea of what to expect if and when HMD ever gets around to formally launching the phone.

Like the Nokia 8, the new Nokia 9 sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. But with 128GB of storage, it has twice as much space to store your data… at least on the model submitted to the FCC.

The phone has a 5.5 inch OLED display, a 3,250 mAh battery, 18W fast charging support, a 5MP front camera, and dual rear cameras, one with a 12MP sensor, and the other with a 13Mp sensor.

Update: It looks like that front camera will actually be a dual camera

There’s still no word on the RAM, price, or what the phone will look like.

Acording to FCC documents, the phone has the model number TA-1005 and its codename is Avatar.

via GSM Arena

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2 replies on “Nokia 9 hits the FCC”

  1. The Snapdragon 835 is dated hardware. The 845 is just about to drop. Bad timing Nokia. But I’ll overlook this if the price is low. On the other hand if they get greedy and try for flagship prices with last year’s chip, I’m gone.

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