Ever since the Finish company has announced its upcoming flagship smartphone Nokia 9, the internet is abuzz with the analysis and rumored features of the phone.
Previously, various Geekbench results started popping up where one claimed that Nokia 9 featured 4GB RAM and the other revealed an 8GB version of the smartphone.
But now everything makes sense as GSMArena has revealed the letter that HMD Global wrote to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) asking them to transfer the permit of TA-1004 to the TA-T1012.
Apparently, the company has abandoned the 4GB version of the phone that was recently certified by the FCC and will now focus its energies on either 6 or 8GB version.
HMD Global in its letter has explained that there isn’t any other change in the design, drafting, and construction of the model. The Chinese manufacturing company has an exclusive license to manufacture and market Nokia phones across the globe.
Key Specification of Nokia 9
Nokia 9, one of the most-anticipated flagship phone will have the following features:
- 5.3-inch display with a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution
- Dual-camera with a pair of 13MP sensors
- 8/12MP front-facing camera
- Octa-Core Snapdragon 835 chipset
- 6 or 8GB RAM
- 64GB internal memory, upto 256GB expandable memory with MicroSD
- OS, Android 7.1.1 (Nougat)
- 4K video recording
- Fingerprint sensor
- notification LED
By the looks of its, this smartphone can surely take on Galaxy S8, which has been a major highlight since now. Nokia 9 is expected to release in the third quarter of 2017.