The FCC – the TENAA equivalent in the USA has put an upcoming Nokia phone through the paces of its certification process, a necessary step for any device that is destined for the States. The same device bearing the model number TA- 1157 had earlier appeared on the EEC database in Russia, the FCC, however, gives away more details than the EEC.
Details revealed by the FCC show that the device will launch as an AndroidOne mid-ranger. The listing reveals that the phone will come in at 148.95 mm x 71.3 mm, and 165.1 mm diagonally, so we are looking at a Nokia phone with a display as large as 6 inches. The schematic seen below suggests it will come fitted with a vertically aligned dual camera setup with an LED flash, fingerprint scanner and the AndroidOne branding blow it.
It will come packed with a 3000mAh battery, while it will arrive in two variants – one with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, and a more capable model with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The newly certified device is probably going to launch alongside the Nokia 9 PureView at HMD Pre-MWC event on February 24.