Nokia has obtained Bluetooth SIG certification for a new smartphone. This phone is expected to replace the Nokia 2.4 announced by HMD Global in September 2020.
With the advent of 2021, we started to see new smartphones one after the other. Intensive work is also under way for other models to be removed during the year. Nokia, which is owned by HMD Global, has also been certified as Bluetooth SIG for a new model.
The model number of the new device revealed on the Bluetooth SIG website was announced as T99652AA1. This number is quite similar to the model number of nokia 2.4, the T99651AA1. Which makes us think we can see the successor to that phone.
Although the information described does not say whether there is a connection between the two phones, this mysterious device is expected to replace 2.4 due to model numbers. According to the certificate, the device will have Bluetooth 5.0 and LTE connectivity.
Nokia 2.4 was released with a 6.5-inch drop notch display and a resolution of 1600 x 720. The phone had a MediaTek Helio P22 processor inside, while ram options changed to 2 GB and 3 GB. According to ram preference, storage was 32 GB or 64 GB. It was also possible to increase this memory with microSD.
Behind the Nokia 2.4 was a dual-camera system, one with 13 MP and one with 2 MP. The selfie camera on the front had a resolution of 5 MP. The device, which has an Android 10 operating system, had a fingerprint reader and a 4500 mAh battery.
The output of the new phone may not be far away
Nokia 2.4 was also one of the first Nokia smartphones to receive an Android 11 update. Naturally, the new phone is also expected to come out of the box with Android 11. It is also estimated that its technical characteristics will be upgraded according to its own classification.
While not many details are known about the phone, the start of certification processes means that the phone will be released in the next few months. Let’s see if Nokia can achieve success with this device.