FCC documents reveal that the Nokia 9, which already was certified by the regulatory agency with the model number of TA-1004, will now be known as the TA-1012. In a letter to the Feds, manufacturer HMD requested the change noting that the previous FCC results for the TA-1004 are representative of the TA-1012. HMD holds the license to use the Nokia name on its handsets.
Geekbench benchmark tests for the Nokia 9 have revealed versions of the phone with both 6GB and 8GB of RAM. Both of those models tested were powered by the high-end Snapdragon 835 chipset. Another Geekbench test of the now cancelled TA-1004 revealed a phone carrying 4GB of RAM. This would seem to indicate that HMD has killed off a version of the Nokia 9 with 4GB of the short term memory used to assist with multi-tasking.
The Nokia 9 is expected to feature a 5.3-inch display with a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution. A dual-camera setup should adorn the back of the unit, with a pair of 13MP sensors on board. As night follows day, we surely will see some additional leaks providing us with more information about the Nokia 9. Stay tuned!