Just weeks after the Nokia 9 PureView’s delay was confirmed, three variants of HMD Global’s highly-anticipated flagship have just received their Bluetooth certification.

Listed under the model numbers TA-1087, TA-1082, and TA-1094, the models support 4G LTE networks and Bluetooth 5.0. As is the case with all Bluetooth certifications, though, no other information about the flagship is provided. Nevertheless, the listing does hint heavily at a nearing release.

In most cases, Bluetooth SIG certifications tend to be granted somewhere between a month or two prior to a smartphone’s launch. This would suggest that the recent reports of an announcement in late January 2019 are indeed accurate.

The Nokia 9 PureView is currently expected to make its debut as the world’s first Penta-camera smartphone. The details of this particular setup remain unclear at the moment, but the cameras will arrive with ZEISS branding. Also, as per usual, a single selfie sensor will be present.

Aside from the smartphone’s unique photographic features, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 is to be expected. This, according to previous leaks, will be accompanied by 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM. Lastly, just like the recently-announced Nokia 8.1, the Nokia 9 PureView should launch with stock Android 9 Pie pre-installed as part of the Android One program.

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