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Nokia 9 PureView passes 3C certification with 18W fast charging

30 January 2019 2

The Nokia 9 PureView rumors are gaining momentum once again as the HMD global is expected to announce the flagship at the MWC 2019. The company recently rolled out an invite for the launch event on February 24th, later on, the teaser reveals Nokia 9 PureView could be announced at the event. Apart from unveiling at the MWC event, the company is getting ready to announce the Nokia 9 PureView for the Chinese market.


Today a Nokia branded phone bearing model number TA-1094 appeared at the 3C certifications. This means the device passes another hurdle ahead of the official unveiling in China. The 3C listing only reveals the device will be shipped with AD-18WC fast charger straight out of the box. This means the new Nokia 9 PureView will also have the same fast charging capacity like its predecessor Nokia 8 Sirocco.


As expected the 3C listing didn't reveal any other hardware details. However, it seems like the latest flagship from Nokia may not have the latest hardware like the S10 and other premium phones. As per so far info, the Nokia 9 PureView will be shipped with the last year's Snapdragon 845 chipset instead of the latest Snapdragon 855. All leaked renders so far confirm it won't have rear fingerprint scanner instead it will be shipped with the under-glass scanner.

The good thing is Nokia fans don't have to wait longer as the company is holding a press event on February 24th. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

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