The new Nokia model TA-1206 also passed the FCC certification process. The released documents revealed that TA-1206 is a Dual-SIM version of TA-1214. Additionally, Nokia TA-1206 will also have another variant Nokia TA-1211, and those models together won’t be operational in the US and Canada. Those two devices do support LTE band 40, but that one will be disabled by software, so folks there won’t have the opportunity to use the Dual-SIM version of this new device.
The antenna location diagram confirmed that TA-1206 will have BT and WiFi, but won’t be coming with NFC which is a shame. The battery is the same one used in Nokia 3.2 (3920 mAh), and that will probably make this device last for two days.
With the diagonal of 145 mm, it looks like this device will have a 5.5-inch screen like the Nokia 4.2. The overall dimensions of the device do resemble the dimensions of Nokia 4.2, even though this device is a bit longer.
This new Nokia device just passed the BT certification process which means it could soon be announced.
The only device we still didn’t see from the Nokia lineup is Nokia 5.2 and Nokia 8.2. According to the basic specs, this one could turn out to be the Nokia 5.2, and since NFC is gone, HMD is again degrading its smartphone series.