Feature Phone Nokia TA-1139 Approved by TENNA and CMIIT; Likely to Debut at MWC 2019 Alongside Nokia 9 PureView

The Nokia TA-1139 feature phone has bagged approvals from TENAA and China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (CMIIT).

While the CMIIT certification of the Nokia TA-1139 has only confirmed that it is a GSM/Bluetooth device, its appearance at TENAA has confirmed that it is an upcoming feature. Probably, HMD Global may debut a new feature alongside the rumored Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 8.1 Plus, Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 1 Plus smartphones.

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At the time of writing this post, the Nokia TA-1139 TENAA listing had minimum details. The listing revealed that the handset measures 120.8 x 53.49 x 13.81 mm and it houses a small display of 2.4 inches. It is packed with a big battery of 1,020 mAh capacity.

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Last year, HMD Global had announced the Nokia 8110 4G banana phone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018. In 2017. the Finnish firm had revived the yesteryear Nokia 3310 feature phone. The TENAA listing and 3C certification of Nokia TA-1139 suggests that it could be the next feature phone that may debut at the MWC 2019 event.

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The major announcement of the Feb 24 could be the Nokia 9 PureView smartphone which is expected to arrive with a penta-lens camera setup. It could be equipped with a curved OLED display and it may be fueled by Snapdragon 845 chipset. Rumors have it that it could be the first Nokia phone to arrive with in-display fingerprint scanner and wireless charging support.

Rumors are rife that the Nokia 6.2 or Nokia 6 (2019) will be equipped with a punch-hole screen and Snapdragon 632 chipset. The Nokia 8.1 Plus is also expected to arrive with a punch-hole and high-end specs. Lastly, the Finnish firm may also unleash the Nokia 1 Plus entry-level smartphone at MWC 2019.

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