Two variants of a new Nokia smartphone have passed FCC recently. They carry the model numbers TA-1112 and TA-1120. Both of these models are different variants of the same smartphone. TA-1112 will be a single SIM smartphone, whereas TA-1120 will be a dual SIM smartphone.
Both of these phones will have 32 GB of internal storage and will be running Android 8.1 out-of-the-box. This device might be available in Latin America as per FCC documents. The FCC label will be laser printed on the back side, as usual. FCC also reveals that this device has the codename "Bravo". We can't confirm whether it will be having an 18:9 display since the screenshots have been cropped to hide the status bar and the navigation bar. But going by the trend, we can expect HMD Global to use an 18:9 panel.
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No other info has been revealed by FCC as of now since HMD Global have requested them to withhold some attachments (like internal photos, operational description etc). The reason being, those documents contain a detailed description of the device and that would give the competitors an unfair advantage in the market. This sensitive information will be made public only after the device has been launched.
This device might be the Nokia 5.1 plus, but this is just our guess. We'll keep you updated on this. Stay tuned!