their only hope to get traction in the u.s. market.. team with google to make a project fi compatible device
Nokia should consider taking on Samsung NOTEs
Nokia with Stylus Pen would be grab some market share
No band 66 support? Looks like T-Mobile customers won't be considering this series of phones.
And there hasn't been a single phone with band 66 support and Snapdragon 660 - it's all SD835 flagships or MediaTek garbage, with nothing in between. Hopefully someone will fill this market segment soon...
AnonD-82756, 11 Jun 2017Such bland boring designs, people only buying because "Nokia" name.People buying it, because of the name? Probably. For me, only specs and modability are counting. Design is secondary.
AnonD-82756, 11 Jun 2017Such bland boring designs, people only buying because "Nokia" name.WOW, you nailed it. I got to admit, all smartphones this days are very interesting, only Nokia is not.
Such bland boring designs, people only buying because "Nokia" name.
AnonD-647900, 11 Jun 2017All 4 models will probably fail to meet expectations, maybe the OP5 might fare better in sales. I feel oneplus is overrated!! at $500+ they are better brands out there yes of course oneplus needs 10gb ram to match a 4gb ram Google pixel performance. Chinese marketing gimmicks
TechLover1, 11 Jun 2017Absolutely looking forward for the Nokia 9. But hopefully it will have all the best potentials... moreAll 4 models will probably fail to meet expectations, maybe the OP5 might fare better in sales.
I'll wait for the inevitable price drop before jumping on this faux-Nokia phone here in the U.S. And no BT 5.0? For shame.
Lightning Mcqueen, 11 Jun 2017The real NOKIA is known as HMDConfection in reality! However, hope that it was tasty for USERS
AnonD-670928, 11 Jun 2017They are Already Doomed, SD 430 with $.250 Price tag in 2017. WTH!!!! Maybe Nokia will com... moreNot if they come out more durable and smoother than any other phone on the market.
mr.apple, 11 Jun 2017if they price this phone same as iphones and galaxy's they're doomedThey are Already Doomed,
SD 430 with $.250 Price tag in 2017. WTH!!!!
Nokia will come if they are cheaper (price)
Nokia 3 - $100
Nokia 5 - $150
Nokia 6 - $180-200
mr.apple, 11 Jun 2017if they price this phone same as iphones and galaxy's they're doomedNokia 6 itself is already slightly overpriced for a sd430 device so I expect this flagship to be price high. close to the iPhone and galaxy
if they price this phone same as iphones and galaxy's they're doomed
Absolutely looking forward for the Nokia 9. But hopefully it will have all the best potentials to compete at a parallel level with all the top dogs: S8 duo, G6, U11 and so on. Furthermore, hopefully it will include 6GB RAM as standard and a variant with an 8GB RAM as option, to join the (ZTE) Nubia Z17, Zenfone AR, the upcoming OP5, etc, and to keep raising the bar of technology always more. Let's wait and see then.
Zenodroid, 10 Jun 2017Only lte cat 9??? They spoke about their flagship would come with 1gb lte, on mwc. But I guess... morethis might not be nokia's real flagship model, it could be the competitor to the OnePlus 5 in it's pricerange and the real flagship might have not been "leaked" yet
Despite the article saying "CDMA Support", I see no evidence of it in the FCC filing. I don't see evidence of LTE band 13 either. This means the phone wont work on Sprint or its roaming partner Verizon.
And there isn't support for LTE band 12 either. This means the phone wont work on T-Mobile USA or its roaming partner AT&T.
Sorry, guys, but this phone is worthless in the USA. No carrier properly supports it. Maybe there will be another version of the Nokia 9 that does target the USA market. I certainly hope so. I was a big Nokia fanboy back in the day...
It has two WiFi antennas (Yeah).
There is no sign of Carrier Aggregation (Boo).
As to LTE band 20, that isn't usually isn't included in a FCC report because it isn't legal for use in the USA. It is most likely supported, though. And LTE band 3 is likely, too. LTE band 1 is possible but uncommon on USA bound equipment [I had to import my LG V10 from Europe to get a decent set of worldwide frequency bands.]