30 July 2020
A new Nokia smartphone may be on the way as it has seemingly crossed one of the final hurdles. The new device comes with the model number TA-1274 and has just passed through FCC (Federal Communications Commission), an agency in the US responsible for regulating several programs.
The FCC listing of the spotted device is not offering much except the battery capacity and that is 4380mAh. It also shows at which bands the device will operate – between 30MHz-960MHz in the following bands – GSM850, WCDMA B and 5, LTE B and 5, LTE B and 12, and LTE Band 17.
The marketing name of the TA-1274 is unknown but it is assumed that this could be one of the variants of the rumored Nokia 2.4. And, if that is the case, we may know much about this phone already. In saying so, we know that the Nokia 2.4 will be powered by MediaTek Helio P22 SoC and coupled with 2GB RAM, thanks to Geekbench listing. The benchmarking site also suggested the device will run Android 10. The listing also suggested the device is codenamed “Wolverine.” Just remember the codename as we may spot more about the same from other places or leaks in the coming days.
It is currently unknown when HMD Global plans to bring the new phone and at what price. But looking at the given small number of spotted specs, expect it to be affordably priced.