Alleged 2018 Nokia 6 leaked in TENAA certification

Towards the beginning of this year, HMD Global officially announced its first Android smartphone in the form of the Nokia 6. While this handset wasn't aiming to be a top-tier phone, it followed the ethos that Nokia phones should offer "premium quality" and "competitive pricing". Now, it seems that a follow up to the device could soon make an appearance.

According to reports, a smartphone codenamed TA-1054 managed to gain TENAA certification, a mandatory requirement for telecommunications devices, and is believed to be a dual-SIM variation of the 2018 iteration of the Nokia 6.

In terms of major specifications, it is believed that the new version of the Nokia 6 will retain its 5.5-inch display but will feature an upgraded 18:9 aspect ratio. Furthermore, the handset will include 4GB RAM, 32GB onboard storage, and either a Snapdragon 630 or 660 chipset. In terms of optics, a dual-lens camera is expected but their corresponding resolutions at this stage remain unknown. Finally, while this year's Nokia 6 featured a fingerprint sensor on the front, the 2018 model will apparently see it moved to the rear given the move to on-screen navigation controls.

Generally, TENAA certification provides a fairly good indication of an imminent release of a device but, of course, it doesn't guarantee its ultimate release

Source: MySmartPrice via PocketLint

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