New Nokia smartphone to launch on December 15 in China

In mid-November, a certification by China Quality Certification (CQC) center revealed the existence of a Nokia smartphone with the model number TA-1335. Not long after, the Wi-Fi alliance mentioned that the device runs on Android 10 Go. And finally, TENAA, as always, took the honor to present the device in public before the official launch.

After all this, Nokia Mobile has taken charge and plans to launch a new Nokia smartphone on December 15 in China. An image posted by Nokia Mobile on the Chinese social media site Weibo reads that the device will have a feature similar to the Nokia C3 that enables the users to access the health code application with a single click.

While the Nokia C3 has a dedicated Xpress button on the left side to implement the feature, but as per TENAA, the new device does not have any button on the left side, so it will use the volume up key. Apart from that, Nokia Mobile’s caption on the post says that the new device is a friend of Nokia C3, which means the device is indeed from the Nokia C series, most probably named as Nokia C1 Plus.

Some of its specifications are:

  • Model: TA-1335
  • Colors: Red, Blue
  • Dimensions: 149.1 x 71.2 x 8.75 mm
  • Display: 5.45″, 1440 × 720
  • Processor: 1.4 GHz, 8 Core
  • Configuration: 2 GB RAM, 64 GB
  • Rear camera: 5 MP
  • Front camera: 3 MP
  • Connectivity: LTE, BT 4.2, WiFi b/g/n
  • Battery: 2500 mAh
  • Charger: 5 V, 1 A (5 W)
  • OS: Android 10 Go

The pictures of the device revealed by TENAA are as follows:

The time of the launch is not specified, but we still have six days to go. So a few more teasers by Nokia Mobile in the upcoming days will probably give us more details. Nokia Mobile also plans to launch the device globally as the retailers in Australia and Russia have already listed a different variant with 1 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage on their site.

Apart from this, we also have the Nokia 5.4 coming out globally soon, and hopefully some other devices as well. 😉