Nokia smartphones with model numbers TA-1120 and TA-1112 were approved by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last month.
Now, both the devices have received approval from Bluetooth SIG authority. Also, the regulatory body has also certified other model variants with model numbers TA-1102, TA-1105 and TA-1108.
As of this writing, there is no information on the identity and specifications of the newly spotted Nokia phones. The Bluetooth certification of these phones have revealed that they feature Bluetooth 4.2.
The FCC listing of TA-1120 has revealed that it is a dual-SIM phone and its codename is Bravo. It includes 32 GB of storage and it is running on Android 8.1 Oreo. The dimensions of the phone are 147 x 70mm which is very similar to Nokia X6 that measures 147.2 x 71mm.
The FCC documents of TA-1112 do not contain any information on its specs. The only thing that is known is that it is a single-SIM which suggests that it could be a network variant of TA-1120. Hence, the TA-1120 and TA-1112 Nokia phones are speculated to be dual-SIM and single-SIM editions for one of the global markets of the Nokia X6.
The Nokia X6 was unveiled in China in April this year. Outside of China, the handset is known as Nokia 6.1 Plus. Currently, Hong Kong and Taiwan are the two markets that have received it. Russia, India and Malaysia are some of the other markets that will be receiving the Nokia 6.1 Plus smartphone.
The identity of Nokia TA-1102 and TA-1108 phones are not known. It is speculated that the Nokia TA-1105 could be the Nokia 5.1 Plus smartphone.