Nokia 9 (TA-1054) passed CCC certification in China

China has a lot of regulatory agencies, and one of them, which database we can access, is CCC or China Complusory Certificate. We already saw a unknown Nokia device under the model number TA-1054 passing one of the many Chinese regulatory agencies, and now we have the same device passing CCC. The CCC certificate was awarded to HMD’s TA-1054 on 8th November, and other information reveal that the device support fast charging, meaning it’s probably a high(er) end device.

The only high end device from HMD, of which we heard of, that hasn’t been announced is the rumored Nokia 9. Nokia 9 is expected to come with a bezel-less display, glass back, Snapdragon 835, 6 or 8GB of RAM and an improved camera setup similar to the one found in Nokia 8. We already saw the back and the front of the alleged Nokia 9, and there is a high chance that the device will hit the market by the end of this year.

We personally bet on Slush17 as the place where HMD Global will announce the device, and that’s just under 2 weeks from today.

What do you think? 🙂

  • Deep Shekhar

    Hopefully it’s Slush17. Otherwise Nokia 9 will too have the same fate as the Nokia 6 as outdated specs with the date it’s available. And hopefully it’s available globally the very next week as the Nokia Lumias were known for!

    • Slush is the closest event. CES is not so much for mobile phones even though some manufacturers did unveil new products there. MWC is too far away for Snapdragon 835.

      But, if they do present Nokia 9 in two weeks, they should have it ready for stores in a matter of days.

      • Stinger

        Agreed. That’s the only way I see it working too. Any flagship phone of 2018 will have to be running Snapdragon 845 to be considered “top of the line”.

  • John

    Btw there is a product launch at slush scheduled for 5.00 pm on November 30th. It hasn’t been specified which company will launch something but it will be on the biggest stage. It could very well be Nokia but the problem I see is that the product launch will be from 5.00-5.10pm which I think is a too short amount of time to launch a flagship product. Usually these kinds of keynotes take 1h+. The schedule can be seen on

    • Yes, it all fits, but the short time of 10 minutes. The N1 tablet launch at Slush was about 15 minutes long

      • Jukka-Pekka Sokero

        Hard to imagine it would be Nokia (9) event. 10 minutes is not enough evenif they would continue streaming from main stage is a dedicated space within/nearby Slush area. There should be also local launch events and invitations to those and Slush in the public by now.

    • The product launch was now moved to 3:20-3:35. Now it’s 15 minutes, just like with N1…

      • John

        I really hope its the Nokia 9. I’ll be preordering it instantly if it is.

  • Deep Shekhar

    Can anyone tell me where is ANTON FAHLGREN(Designer of NOKIA N9 and Nokia Lumia 800) working in?

    where has all the Nokia Lumia designers gone?

  • johala02

    I dont know a 15 minute event for Nokia 9 when they had a hour for Nokia 2? I guess maybe they show up a replacement for Nokia 6 or a international version of Nokia 7. But my bet are MWC for Nokia 9 with Snapdragon 845.
    But who know maybe I be suprised in the Slush event.