The twists and turns around the expected smartphone from Nokia under the new Nokia/HMD Global Oy partnership has continued to get more confusing by the day. Just last month, we were fed with rumors that two Android-based Nokia smartphones with 2K display, Android 7.0 Nougat, Snapdragon 820 Chipset and more, are in the pipeline. While we were still waiting for the device to pop, what appeared to be Nokia smartphones with a somewhat confusing and outdated specs line-up were spotted on GeekBench.
Just today, a Nokia feature phone code-named RM-1187 was listed on China’s telecommunications equipment certification center TENAA’s website as certified by the regulatory agency. According to the listing data, the certification application was from Microsoft (China) Co Ltd., but since Microsoft sold off Nokia’s feature phone business to HMD Global Oy, this may very well be the first HMD Nokia to hit the market.
According to the TENAA listing, the Nokia Feature phone RM-1187 will feature a 2.4-inch display with 240 x 320 resolution. The entire device has a dimension of 118 x 50 x 13.5 mm, weighing just 82.6 g. Also listed is a 16MB RAM, a battery capacity of 1025mAh, 16MB of internal storage, expandable with a microSD card up to 64GB.
In addition, there is a rear main camera on the device with CMOS sensor and LED flash as well as a front facing camera but the pixel size of the sensors were not disclosed. The Nokia RM 1187 feature phone is a dual-SIM enabled device, features 2.5G network connectivity and comes in three color variants, Black, White, and Cyan.