HMD may launch another Nokia feature phone soon, images spotted on TENAA

By Digit NewsDesk | Published 29 Jun 2017 11:13 IST
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  • Images of a Nokia feature phone with the model number TA-1017 were published by TENAA, the Chinese regulatory and certification body.

HMD may launch another Nokia feature phone soon, images spotted on TENAA
HMD may launch another Nokia feature phone soon, images spotted on TENAA

Looks like HMD Global is working on another Nokia feature phone. Images of a Nokia feature phone with the model number TA-1017 were published by TENAA, the Chinese regulatory and certification body.

The images shows a Black coloured Nokia branded handset, with a Grey coloured physical keyboard. At the back of the device is a camera, and a speaker grill rests right below it. There is no front camera or LED flash that can be spotted on the images of the Nokia TA-1017. No other details on connectivity options, storage or dual-SIM support are available as of yet. It is likely that the feature phone will be a 2G-only device, like the Nokia 3310. Pricing and availability details of the upcoming Nokia feature phone are also unavailable at this point

Currently, HMD sells three Nokia branded feature phones - the Nokia 3310, the Nokia 150, and the Nokia 150 dual-SIM. The Nokia 150 and 150 Dual SIM feature a 2.4-inch QVGA display and run the Nokia Series 30+ operating system. The feature phones houses a 1020mAh BL-5C battery rated to last up to 31 days on standby. The devices also features a VGA camera with LED flash and supports microSD card slot.

The Nokia 3310, on the other hand, features a 2.4-inch QVGA colour display and is based on Nokia Series 30+ system. The feature phone's USP is the standby time of nearly 25 days and talktime of up to 22 hours. The Nokia 3310 houses a 2MP rear camera with LED flash, and supports external storage expansion up to 32GB via a microSD card slot. The dual-SIM feature phone includes a LED torchlight and offers MP3 playback up to 51 hours, along with FM radio playback up to 39 hours.

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