We’re expecting to see one, two or more Nokia phones get unveiled in Russia on May 29. And while the regulatory authority had already certified three unannounced Nokia phone phones in that country, we’re however not sure what device would be unveiled on the said date, as there are a couple of unannounced Nokia phones making the rounds currently.
Now, adding to the web of leaks and rumors, the FCC has officially certified two new Nokia devices with the model numbers Nokia TA-1057, Nokia TA-1063, and that means they could go official in the nearest possible time.
Thankfully, the FCC did reveal a few details about these upcoming devices. Though no schematic has been provided, the FCC document reveals both that Nokia TA-1063 and Nokia TA-1057 will have the 2:1 ratio – an indication that they will support the trendy 8:9 display. The Nokia TA-1057 will support single SIM card, while the TA-1063 will arrive as a dual SIM enabled device. The document further reveals that both devices will support NFC, a 3.5mm headphone jack and will come packed with a 2900mAh battery.
Unfortunately, aside from those few details, there’s not much else we could deduce from the FCC document.
Our guess is that several smartphones including the international variant of the Nokia X6 could debut at the Moscow event, though not sure if these recently certified Nokia TA-1063 and Nokia TA-1057 would be part of the deal.