Recently, a Nokia phone with model number TA-1136 was spotted at Bluetooth SIG. Since it carries support for Bluetooth 5.0, it was speculated that it could be the international version of the Nokia X7 smartphone. The TA-1136 model has also received approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the U.S. through which some of its key specs have revealed. The specs of the TA-1136 that have surfaced through its FCC listings reveal that it could be the upcoming Nokia 2.1 Plus smartphone.
The FCC documents reveal that the Nokia TA-1136 has 1 GB of RAM and it includes an internal storage of 16 GB. The FCC listings also reveal that it is electronically same as the Nokia 2.1 variant that has a model number of TA-1084. The Nokia 2.1 that was announced in May this year has 8 GB of ROM. Hence, the TA-1136 that includes double the storage of Nokia 2.1 may hit the market with Nokia2.1 Plus moniker.
As far as specs are concerned, the FCC documents do not contain much information on it. The only additional details that have been found in the FCC listing of the TA-1136 is that it carries support for 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi connectivity. So, there is no dual-band 5GHz Wi-Fi support on the device. HMD Global will be disabling some of the network bands on the device because of which it won’t be available in the U.S.
The Nokia 2.1 runs on Android Go version of Android 8.1 Oreo OS. It features a 5.5-inch display that carries support for HD resolution of 720 x 1480 pixels. The modest Snapdragon 425 chipset that includes 1.4 GHz quad-core processor is the driving force of the smartphone.
The handset is fitted with a front-facing camera of 5-megapixel and a rear shooter of 8-megapixel. Apart from 8 GB of internal storage, the device offers additional space through microSD card slot. It is packed with a 4,000mAh capacity battery.