With the start of the first working day of this week, four new Nokia smartphone models TA-1239, TA-1258, TA-1292, and TA-1298, were certified by Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG. Well, only three of them are new if you keep aside TA-1258, which is the Nokia C3 for China.
The devices were certified altogether and will feature Bluetooth version 4.2. Also, their controller subsystem and host subsystem designs refer to Unisoc’s certification for its processors, which means that they have a Unisoc chip in them. The Bluetooth SIG certification denies to reveal any further.
Coming to the Wi-Fi Alliance’s certification, the devices were certified back in June and July but were published today. The devices will be coming with the support of Wi-Fi b, g, n, which means they will support only the 2.4 GHz band. The certification further reveals that all the devices run on the firmware version MARLIN2_18A_W20.14.3, feature the SC234X Wi-Fi Component, and are powered by Android 10.
As it can be observed that all the devices share the common features and that even TA-1258 is present among them, thus we can safely say that the other models are the global variants of the Nokia C3, and we are yet to see its global launch. Since Nokia C3 has previously appeared on Geekbench, we already know that the device, which is also code-named as Gamora Plus, will have two RAM variants, one with 2GB and the other with 3GB.