The first "real" Nokia flagship smartphone since 2014 is on the cusp of making its debut. The device, presumed to be the Nokia 9 has been making the rounds in the rumour mill. Like all Nokia phones which have been manufactured after the firm's ill-fated dalliance with Microsoft and Windows phone, it will be produced by HMD Global, the current user of the Nokia brand.

Now, via an FCC document surfaced by Slashleaks, we now know some of the phone's specifications.

The Nokia 9 will feature a 5.5 OLED screen manufactured by LG. it will come with internal storage of 128GB and be powered by a 3,250 mAh battery and a Snapdragon 835 processor. It'll continue to ride the dual camera wave, with a 12MP and 13MP set of rear cameras (likely Zeiss equipped) and a 5MP camera for selfies and video calls. HMD will ship this phone with Android 8.0 Oreo, but any rumours of the phone release date are yet to be confirmed at this point. The Nokia 9 will be - when it debuts - the top end of all the Nokia smartphones currently being produced. It'll sit above the Nokia 8 which many presumed to be its flagship device, as well as the lower-end Nokias 7, 6, 5, and 3. While, as was mentioned before, HMD appeared to be capping the top of its line with the Nokia 8, it seems the firm is reusing the naming conventions of its Windows phone line. With the top-end going to the 9-series smartphones, the 8-series being an affordable flagship line and so on. Would you be in the market for a Nokia 9? Let us know in the comments below.

via Android Police