Three new upcoming Nokia phone model numbers namely Nokia TA-1205, TA-1212 and TA-1234 have been certified in Russia.
The model numbers were seen in separate certifications in the Eurasian Economic Commission’s (EEC) website which confirms that the phones with these model numbers will be released in the Eurasian region. No other details have been revealed via the certification listings.
These models have been spotted for the very first time and they have not appeared on any other certification websites yet. While we don’t really know the real identity behind these model numbers, what we do know is that Nokia has quite a few models in the making. The three models that have been hogging the limelight of late include Nokia 9.1, Nokia 8.2, Nokia 5.2 and Nokia 2.3 and the new model numbers could belong to any of these phones.
Recently, we found the model numbers TA-1209, TA-1211 and TA-1214 certified by the US’s FCC. The FCC listing revealed a few features including the dimensions of the phone (157.69 x 75.41mm) and the presence of 3920 mAh battery. The diagonal of the phone measures 145mm which translates to 5.7-inch screen. While TA-1209 is expected to be the Dual SIM variant, TA-1211 and TA-1214 are the Single SIM variants of the phone. This phone is rumored to be Nokia 5.2
Nokia 8.2 has also been in the news recently with rumors emerging that there would be two different models of the phone including a 4G and 5G variant respectively. It is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 735 SoC and would be released only in 2020.
Nokia 2.3 is the other phone that has been making headlines, thanks to a few leaks. TA-1206 is expected to belong to Nokia 2.3 and it has already been certified by Russia’s EEC and US’s FCC agency.
Other Nokia phones
Apart from the above-mentioned model numbers, we already have quite a few other model numbers from various other certifications in the recent past. The identities of some of these phones are still under the wraps even though some specs have appeared officially in certification websites a few months ago. Stay tuned for more updates.