A Nokia TA-1212 appears in TENAA; another classic renovated on the way
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As we all know, the technology fair focused on the mobile industry, the Mobile World Congress 2020; which was scheduled for this February 23, It has been canceled. Nokia It is one of the companies that announced its official withdrawal from the event even before the GSMA made the decision to cancel. One of the devices that HMD Global hopes to launch has recently appeared on TENAA. It is revealed that This new Nokia device will be codenamed Nokia TA-1212. Its name suggests that it was another classic model of the company that It will resurface in a modern version.
Nokia will soon relive another classic model
The TENAA listing shows that the device equates a 2.4 inch screen; this screen will have a 340 x 320 resolution. It presents a processor of single core with clock speed of 0.36 GHz; So this is responsible for giving life to the device. The processor will be accompanied by a 1 MB RAM; meanwhile the phone will have a 16 MB internal storage. The internal storage allows expansion up to a total of 32 GB. The phone is equipped with a unique rear camera with a capacity of 0.3 MP.
The Nokia TA-1212 Equip a battery with capacity 1200 mAh. The phone has a weight of 88 grams and measures 132.75 x 52.43 x 13.1 millimeters. So far, only one color of the phone has been confirmed, which is dark gray. Unfortunately TENAA has not included images of the next Nokia phone in the list revealed.
The official name of the phone is still unknown; However, what is certain is that the previous reports that say the phone is Nokia 8.2 are incorrect. HMD Global declared that it will announce in the next few days a new date for the launch of its products. In the next few days, new details about the next HMD Global phone should be emerging. For any new information, we will be attentive to send it to you.
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