Nokia is serious about its comeback in the smartphone market and they’re apparently testing it with quite a few mid-range models, before revealing an ultimate flagship, able to compete with the likes of Samsung Galaxy S8 or the upcoming iPhone 8.
A few days ago, a Nokia 3, with the model number TA-1038, was spotted clearing the FCC certification, which is a big hint that it will soon enter the US market. However, it seems that this isn’t the only model in the works…
Three more variants of the Nokia 3, TA-1020, TA-1028, and TA-1032 have been spotted at the FCC as well, meaning that this specific model will soon be available in four more major regions, such as South America, Asia Pacific and the rest of the world. Also, it seems that the TA-1020 and TA-1028 are supporting just one SIM card, while the others can take two cards.
Considering that all these models have obtained the FCC certification, they don’t seem to be different when it comes to the antennas or the design of the hardware system, so the only difference could be the name model in the User Interface.
Recently, HMD Global kept the headlines after their announcement regarding the plans to unveil the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6, all of them running Android 7.0 Nougat, in 120 markets, simultaneously.
These three handsets, as well as the 2017 variant of the Nokia 3310, are expected to make their debut somewhere in Q2 of the year, most likely starting with April 1, so expect more and more details about them throughout the next days.