Nokia 8.2, 4.3 (5.2) and 1.3 incoming? Nokia 8.1 & 4.2 official listing dropped, while TA-1207 clears FCC
We are at that time of the year where smartphone enthusiasts across the globe are pretty excited because all smartphone manufacturers get ready to unveil their latest smartphones.
The biggest smartphone event in the world, Mobile World Congress (MWC) is going to be held in Barcelona, Spain from February 24-27, 2020.
Along with other major OEMs, HMD Global, which owns the Nokia brand, will also be attending the event with quite a bunch of new smartphones.
It is expected that the company could unveil its new 5G smartphone which is touted to be the Nokia 8.2 along with the mid-range the Nokia 4.3 (or Nokia 5.2). What is more interesting that Nokia seems prepped up for MWC as its official website has dropped Nokia 8.1 and 4.2 from its listing.
Now, it is highly likely that out of the new smartphones that are launching at MWC 2020 by HMD Global’s Nokia brand, two of them will be Nokia 8.2 and 4.3.
Moving on, a Nokia phone with code TA-1207 has officially cleared the FCC certification. As per the information including the display size and battery capacity (2,920 mAh), this could be the Nokia 1.3.
Additionally, the product’s dimension is 70.46 mm x 146.56 mm, (around 5.7-inch to 5.8-inch) which is almost similar to the Nokia 1 Plus.
It seems that Nokia is upgrading its Nokia 1 series with new and enhanced specs. We will keep you informed about this development, once we have more information in this regard. Let us know in the comments below what are your thoughts about the new smartphones that are expected to be unveiled at MWC 2020 by HMD Global’s Nokia.
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