The EU Intellectual Property Office, shorter EUIPO, granted HMD’s request to protect the design of the Nokia 1 – the most affordable Nokia smartphone that is powered by Android Go. The design patent is filed under the number 004547313-0001 on 14th December, and was granted and fully published last month.
The new Nokia 8110 4G, announced alongside the new Nokia smartphones at MWC 2018, was certified by Bluetooth SIG. Contrary to the official data sheet that says that the 8110 4G comes with Bluetooth 4.1, Bluetooth SIG certificate mentions Bluetooth 4.2. Considering that the 8110 4G is a feature phone, the Bluetooth version isn’t that big of a deal, but the higher the better. The certified versions of the Nokia 8110 4G are: TA-1059, TA-1067, TA-1048 and TA-1071.
I made a table with all announced Nokia smartphones and their model numbers if you’re interested in that stuff and you can check it down below.
|Nokia 8 Sirocco
|Nokia 7 plus
||TA-1046, TA-1055, TA-1051, TA-1072, TA-1062
||TA- 1068, TA-1050, TA-1043, TA-1016, TA-1045, TA-1054
||TA-1047, TA-1060, TA-1056, TA-1079, TA-1066
||TA-1035, TA-1023, TA-1007, TA-1029, TA-1011
||TA-1004, TA-1012, TA-1052
||TA-1000, TA-1003, TA-1033, TA-1021, TA-1039, TA-1025
||TA-1053, TA-1044, TA-1024, TA-1027
||TA-1032, TA-1020, TA-1038, TA-1028
via: EUIPO & Bluetooth SIG