We dont know the sensor size yet, weve only heard about the IMX258 (a 1/3.06 sensor which is the sensor used in the Nokia 8 and LG G6).
Hopefully the Nokia 9 will be released in the U.S. to make up for it - it seems like an improvement on the Nokia 8 anyway. With that, the upcoming Nokia 9 will be the second phone by HMD Global to come with two cameras at the back. The Nokia 9 will apparently sport a 5.5-inch display with very slim bezels and a curved glass panel on the front. And thanks to our frequent collaborator @OnLeaks, we have access to exclusive leaked 3D renders of Nokia 9. The Nokia 9 is also expected to come with all the other usual Nokia features, like OZO audio and microphones for active noise cancellation.
The screen doesn't look quite as bezel-free as that on the Galaxy S8, though, but it is bezel-free enough that the fingerprint scanner has been moved to the rear of the device.
The Nokia 8 has a full-metal exterior, a QHD display and is powered by the Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor. Moving on to the bottom, you can see the USB Type-C port flanked by speaker grilles and primary mic. Well, there's no 3.5 mm headphone jack on the Nokia 9, and, it isn't too surprising, considering how many manufacturers (including Google) have ditched the 3.5 mm headphone jack on their smartphones. This is because the Finnish company could be testing more than one prototype of the Nokia 9. "I apologize for the disappointing information, but please stay tuned for future USA based devices, as we are developing the portfolio". Meanwhile, HMD Global is working on another budget phone, which may be called Nokia 2.
It's a shame to be sure, as the Nokia 8 is a really compelling flagship device.