HMD Global, which got the license to launch Nokia-branded phones in 2016, has been launching feature phones in addition to smartphones. Occasionally, it launches interesting devices like the Flip phones too and we already have a Nokia 2720 retailing. Now, renders of Nokia’s other clamshell device has appeared on FCC.
A Nokia device with model number TA-1295 has received USA’s FCC certification. Applied under HMD Global Oy, the Label location shows a diagram that has a design of a clamshell device. Further, the certifications also reveal that the device will have a nano-SIM slot and support 4G LTE, and Wi-Fi 2.4GHz connectivity.
If you recall, HMD Global brought the Nokia 2720 flip phone back in 2019 with a 1.3-inch display, LTE, GPS with Google Maps for connectivity. Just like the 2720, which had support for Kai App Store, the new Nokia TA-1295 flip phone also supports KaiOS.
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In fact, the report shows that the version in testing is 0.2047.11.01 and a declaration explicitly mentions KaiOS and says that this phone, unlike any other KaiOS device, won’t come with a pre-installed OTT service like Google DUOCamera, and Antenna placements.
Other information includes a BV-6A battery that has a capacity of up to 1,500mAh, bundled with a 5W charger, micro-USB cable, and a WH-108 headset. We are sure to get more leaks in the coming days as launch doesn’t seem far now.
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