Nokia might be preparing for the Nokia 2.4 successor soon, considering that new smartphone has cleared the Bluetooth SIG certification. The device in question is speculated to be the Nokia 2.4’s next version (could be Nokia 2.5), which has recently been availed green light from Bluetooth SIG. The specs of this upcoming device remains a mystery for now, except its hardware existence is now verified.
Nokia 2.4 Successor Gets Bluetooth SIG Certified
The so-called Nokia 2.4 successor might pack a MediaTek chipset, and may come with Bluetooth 5.0 and LTE support. This means that the device will lack 5G support. Apart from this, Bluetooth SIG certification reveals that the upcoming smartphone will come with model number as T99652AA1. This is more or less similar to the Nokia 2.4’s T99651AA1 model number. The Nokia 2.4 was certified by Bluetooth SIG in August, and the device went official on November 26. If Nokia takes the same time as it took for certification and launching of the Nokia 2.4, the launch of this newly certified device could happen in March or April. Other specs like the design, display size, camera resolutions, and battery capacity are not out the moment.
In a piece of related news, yet another Nokia smartphone, possibly the Nokia 1.4 with model number Nokia TA-1322, TA-1323, and TA-1329 have cleared certification from Wi-Fi Alliance. The Nokia 1.4 is expected to feature a 6.51-inch display with HD+ resolution, packing an unspecified 1.3GHz quad-core processor. This entry-level device is said to come with 1GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. It might sport an 8MP+2MP dual cameras and 5MP front camera for the selfies and video calling. It might be fueled with a big 4000mAh battery.
There’s even another news that Nokia is planning to launch a slew of affordable 5G Nokia-branded handsets in India this year. This was revealed by HMD Global’s Vice President Sanmeet Kochhar in an interview to Financial Express Online. He also mentioned that HMD Global focus will on providing better, future-proof software to its customers. He also said that “India as a source for our exports is something that we are evaluating very closely. It is difficult to give a timeframe, but as I said, India is an important market for us, and we will continue to evaluate India, not only for our domestic consumption but also from an export point of view.”