Until HMD themselves decide to publish info on the forum about this new phone we have to do it ourselves.
It looks very interesting: 48MP main camera plus 120 degree wide angle camera (but no OIS on either AFAIK), huge display size (too big for me but maybe not for most people), 6GB RAM and 128MB storage and a uSD card slot, OZO audio, glass-sandwich body, stock Android not Android One (so maybe security updates not guaranteed?).
About the camera, the official webpage is a bit confusing, suggesting that the pixel size is 1.6um... but this would make the pixels bigger than on the 808 PureView! (1.4um.. FYI the N8 in 2010 had 1.75um pixels). Lower down in the spec sheet it says 0.8um for the main camera and the footnotes explain that it normally outputs 12MP images and combines 4 0.8um pixels into a single 1.6um "virtual" pixel size in the 12MP mode. I don't think this is working in the same way as oversampling in the 808 and Lumia 1020 PureView cameras though, so it will not be as sophisticated. The footnotes also suggest that it can save in RAW mode, which some limitations in available camera app features.
f/1.8 aperture is okay though and should give good crisp images with the ZEISS optics. But is this for both rear cameras? The front camera is f/2.0.
The notification light in the power button is also included, great to see this continuing to be a signature HMD Nokia feature. No dedicated Google Assistant button though, which is very interesting given that at MWC we were led to believe this would appear on all future HMD phones.
The link for the user manual is not working yet so I can't confirm the TA- number.
What do you think?