Nokia’s TA-1510 device has been cleared by the FCC. This device also carries the mark N151DL which suggests it could be intended as exclusive for the US market.
The FCC revealed some specs as well as an antenna and label location diagram which most likely refers to Nokia G200 4G. The phone supports LTE/4G, WiFi 2.4G and 5G connectivity as well as Bluetooth. NFC is not mentioned in the certificates and the battery model TN-BP4000N1 can’t be found on the internet.
Some details regarding this model were revealed during Nokia Mobile’s CES2022 event. However, a full list of hardware specs is not yet available, since the launch of the US phones was planned for the first half of the year.
Since Nokia Mobile will be trying to gain some traction with this model, the price should be somewhere around $119. This 4G smartphone could be powered by some MediaTek processor and have a relatively compact 6.1-inch display (HD +), 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of storage, and a 4,000 mAh battery.
There are probably people who just need a secure and affordable entry-level smartphone, which the TA-1510 could prove to be.