Nokia TA-1188 and TA-1184 Pass Through FCC; Reveals 6.1″ Screen, 3GB RAM and Codename ‘Wasp’

Nokia’s upcoming phone with model number Nokia TA-1188 has been approved by the FCC agency of the US.

In addition to the model number TA-1188, the FCC documents also confirm the existence of two variants of this phone that go by the model numbers TA-1184 and TA-1183. Nokia TA-1184 is the China variant and TA-1188 is likely to be the global variant, as can be seen from the FCC approval. The Indian variant TA-1183 has also been spotted.

The FCC documents reveal the dimensions as 145.96 mm in height and 70.56 mm in width. The diagonal measures 154.83 which is equal to 6.1 inches. The phone will have 3 GB RAM and internal storage of 32 GB. It will also have the 3.5 mm headphone jack.

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One thing is for certain though! This model number TA-1188 is not a variant of any of the recently released phones from Nokia. So this is likely a new smartphone that is yet to be released. The FCC listing also confirmed the codename for the phone, namely ‘Wasp’.

The same model number TA-1188 has already been approved by Russia’s Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) and this certification was granted during mid March. This again confirms that the phone will be launched globally. Apart from the FCC and EEC approvals, the model variants of this phone have not been spotted or certified anywhere else and as of know, we don’t have any concrete information about the specs of this phone.

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Nokia TA-1188 could be a variant of the upcoming Nokia 2.2, which is pretty much in the making or it could belong to Nokia 5.2 or Nokia 6.2 or something else. We also have rumors doing the rounds about a possible Nokia 8.1 Plus and its leaked specs. We also know the presence of two Nokia phone codenames namely Eagles (EAG) and Taisun (TAS).

Let’s wait for more details in the days to come.

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