Nokia has already revealed that it would hold an event at MWC 2018 where the company is expected to unveil a number of products including its smartphones. It is almost confirmed that the Nokia 9 would be among the debutants and very recently, the Nokia 1 and Nokia 7 Plus built under the Android Go project popped up online. A new Nokia model identified as Nokia TA-1071 has now been certified by FCC.
The FCC listing was accompanied by a sketch of the device having its dimension written as well. The outlines and dimensions have all the dressing of the Android One-powered Nokia 1 based on the press render we had seen in the past. Talking about the dimensions, the Nokia 1 will be 134 mm tall and 50 mm wide with a diagonal of 136 mm, equivalent to around 5.35 inches. The Nokia 1’s display may, however, come in at around 5 inches considering that bezels would occupy some part of the screen. The FCC listing also shows the presence of Bluetooth 4.0, 4G LTE and WiFi 2.4 GHz availability.
The Nokia 1 is expected to be an entry-level device which should make it very cheap, perhaps cheaper than the $99 price tag of the Nokia 2. The device will feature a 16:9 display, a single rear camera with LED flash as well as a selfie shooter. Other details are still sketchy as of now.