Upcoming Nokia 9 (Avatar) will feature Android Oreo, 3250 mAh battery, no Snapdragon 845
Earlier this month, we heard that the Nokia 9 could beofficially announced in January, thus in about a month's time. Now, we have newdetails regarding the smartphone, as the device has been approved by the USFederal Communications Commission (FCC).
According to documents found at the FCC, the new Nokiaphone, model number TA-1005, is codenamed Avatar. The handset runs Android 8Oreo, sports a 5.5-inch OLED screen (of unknown resolution) made by LG Display,and comes with 128 GB of storage space. A respectable 3250 mAh battery is on board, while photography and video features are handled by a 5 MPfront-facing camera, and a dual rear camera (12 MP + 13 MP).
The Nokia 9 / Avatar is powered by a Snapdragon 835 (MSM8998)processor, the most potent Qualcomm chipset that's currently on the market. Sure enough, Qualcomm already announced a superior chipset - the Snapdragon 845 - butthis isn't ready for mass production yet (and, when it will be, Samsung islikely going to secure most of the initial batches for its Galaxy S9 series).
The Nokia 9 features all the right cellular frequency bands(LTE included) to be compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile. Of course, thisdoesn't necessarily mean the phone will be released in the
The FCC didn't reveal any photos showing the Nokia 9.However, these renders suggest that the handset has a dual-curve display, and apretty nice design overall.