HMD Global is planning to market several new devices this year. It is reported that the company will launch Nokia 8.2 5G, Nokia 5.2 and Nokia 1.3 smartphones. In addition, Nokia TA-1212, a feature phone of the company, is also in the discussion and will be based on the feature phone Android OS. Recently Nokia TA-1212 feature phone has been certified on TENAA. Where information on many of its features has been shared.
According to GizmoChina’s report, HMD Global’s upcoming feature phone Nokia TA-1212 certification site was spot on. Where some of its features have come to notice. According to the listing, this phone will weigh 88 grams and the screen to the phone is largely similar to the Nokia 220 4G. The phone will have a size of 123.8 x 52.4 x 13.1 mm. However, more features have not been disclosed here. It will have to wait for the official announcement of the company.
In the past, Nokia’s feature phone leaks were revealed, which could have a 2.4-inch display. Whose screen resolution will be 240 x 320 pixels. The phone may have 8MB RAM and 16MB internal storage available. This could be an upgrade version of nokia 220 4G with 24MB internal storage with 16MB RAM.
Nokia TA-1212 will be the company’s first feature phone that will come with Android OS. It uses KaiOS and Android and users will be able to use it as an Android phone. However, the company has not yet given any official information in this regard.
Let’s say that Nokia is working on several devices as per the leaks that surfaced in the past. It also includes Nokia 1.3. Which was spotted on the FCC certification site sometime back with the model number Nokia TA-1207. Where the features of the phone were also reported. This phone can be given a 6 inch display and this phone will be offered on mediatek chipset. The phone can be given 1GB RAM and 16GB internal memory. A battery of 4,000 mah may be available for power backup in the phone.
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