The upcoming Nokia TA-1182 smartphone has bagged approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the U.S.
The FCC documents of the phone contains some of its key specs. The final product name of the phone is currently under the wraps but some details available from the FCC docs confirm that it would be Nokia 3.2 variant for Verizon carrier. The FCC docs confirm that Nokia TA-1182 will be arriving as a midrange or low-end phone.
The FCC documents of the Nokia TA-1182 reveals that it measures 161 x 76.24mm which suggests that the phone could be equipped with a 6-inch or 6.5-inch display. It is packed with a 4,000 mAh battery. Though most of the specs match with Nokia 3.2 that is already announced, the height of Nokia TA-1182 is slightly more than Nokia 3.2
The TA-1182 has been recently spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG certification platforms. Through Wi-Fi certification it has been revealed that it carries support for 2.4 GHz which indicates that it could be a low-end phone.
The Bluetooth certification has revealed that the handset carries support for Bluetooth 5.0. From the block diagram, it is confirmed that the phone is powered by the low-end chipset Snapdragon 429. It will be loaded with Android 9 Pie OS and like other phones from the Finnish firm, it would be an Android One device.
HMD Global had launched the Nokia 1 Plus at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 tech expo this year as an upgraded version of the Nokia 1 phone from last year. We can now look forward to official release of the phone from Verizon with the moniker as Nokia 3V, which has already been leaked online.