Nokia TA-1124 with Snapdragon 439, 2 GB RAM, 5.99-inch Screen Leaked Through FCC Documents

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The key specifications of the upcoming Nokia TA-1124 smartphone has appeared on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

It is the very same smartphone that had received Bluetooth SIG approval in the previous week. Some of the key specs of the Nokia TA-1124 have now been leaked through its FCC documents.

Nokia TA-1124 Specs

The FCC filings of the Nokia TA-1124 smartphone reveals that the smartphone will be the first company to feature the Snapdragon 439 chipset. The SoC will be supported by 2 GB of RAM. For storage, the handset will be equipped with 32 GB of inbuilt storage.

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The above specs suggest that it will be an entry-level smartphone from the company. The FCC documents have also revealed that it will be featuring 5.99-inch screen. It seems that the phone will carry support for 18:9 aspect ratio like the recent budget-friendly phones from the company. There is no confirmation on whether it will be featuring full HD+ or lower resolution.

For photography, the handset will be featuring a dual camera setup with autofocus enabled 13-megapixel as primary sensor and a 5-megapixel fixed focus camera. There is 8-megapixel mentioned next for the “Photo Camera” in the FCC document. There is no confirmation on whether it is the configuration of the front-facing camera of the Nokia TA-1124 handset.

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When it comes to battery, there are two listings such as HE377 and HE362 for it. The HE362 battery with 3,400 mAh capacity was spotted in the FCC documents of the Nokia 3.1, but there is no clear information on the HE377 battery. The Nokia 3.1 is official available with 3,500 mAh battery. Hence, the TA-1124 phone could be packed with the same-sized battery. The Bluetooth SIG certification of the Nokia TA-1124 has revealed that it will carry support for Bluetooth 5.0.

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