Nokia TA-1136 passed the FCC test. Is this Nokia 8.1?

Nokia TA-1136 has just passed the FCC test. This phone recently got the BT SIG certificate which revealed BT 5.0 onboard of the device, suggesting it belongs to the upper price level of Nokia devices.
We are hearing a lot lately that Nokia 8.1 is coming to town, so this FCC certificate could mean that TA-1136 is Nokia 8.1 looking at the timing. But, some things are strange in the FCC documents.

The most strange thing is the label, which says that the device has 1+16GB memory and that it is made in Argentina? HMD established manufacturing in Argentina so this label is legit in some ways. The lable could also serve there just as an example, not the real thing.

Another thing that was strange there is the use of Nokia 2.1 (TA-1084) as a reference device and that the test was done with Bluetooth v3.0+EDR, Bluetooth v4.0 LE, Bluetooth v4.1LE, Bluetooth v4.2LE, not Bluetooth v5.0, which the device support according to BT SIG.
Also, this device isn’t coming to the US although its hardware supports LTE Band 40 and 66. Those bands will be disabled by software and therefore will not be available in the US market.

Anyway, I might be wrong and this could really be the Nokia 8.1 instead of some new version of Android GO Nokia device. After all, we expect to soon see the 8.1, while the lower end segment was already refreshed in the form of Nokia 3.1 Plus.