• Upgraded Version of Nokia 8 Expected to Be Released with Nokia 6 and Nokia 9
  • Nokia 9 to be unveiled in China in three variants with model number - TA-1042, TA-1005 and TA-1009
  • Nokia 6 to carry Nokia 7 Design with model number TA-1054

Nokia is preparing to leave users enthralling with its 2018 releases – Nokia 9 and an upgraded version of Nokia 8 and Nokia 6. The buzz circulating in the smartphone world is that both Nokia 6 and Nokia 9 has reached the doors of China Compulsory Certification commonly known as China’s 3C. This means by the next year these flagship devices from Nokia will be ready to get unveiled.

Nokia 9

Interestingly, nothing has been officially announced by the Finnish Company. Still, users can keep their fingers crossed as on the China’s 3C’s Certification site, two Nokia new devices with model numbers TA-1062 and TA-1077 have been traced. Other than this even it is rumored that Nokia 9 will be launched in China in three variants. The other two model numbers are speculated to be TA-1005 and TA-1009 respectively.

Nokia 6

As far as the specifications are concerned, nothing much has been revealed on the certification site. Still, the rumors floating in the market are that Nokia 6 would be similar to Nokia 7. Recently, even it was established that this device has received TENAA certification in China. Now, it is speculated that it will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, whereas Nokia 9 is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC and will have a striking resemblance to Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and BlackBerry Priv.

HMD Global is planning to make an impressive comeback with these two smartphones as well as the upgraded version of Nokia 8. This will be a part of mysterious models spotted by NokiaMob.net. As well as on the Chinese Certification site. Nokia 6 will have 4GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage while Nokia 9 is expected to come with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage and 6GB RAM and 128GB onboard

Since its first launch in January this year, Nokia has been trying hard to make a comeback in the mobile phone market. With three phones due to launch in the first quarter of 2018, it seems that the Finnish firm is using rather aggressive market strategy to get back into the game.


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