While HMD global has made its full effort to launch a hefty amount of smartphones in 2018, and has done so too, it looks like the company doesn’t have any plans to stop before the end of 2018, as a new HMD smartphone has just popped up on the Bluetooth SIG website, which goes on to suggest in the most extreme way possible that we just as might see another release of a device coming from HMD, before 2018 finally comes to a halt.
The listing goes on to reveal a phone, which has the model number TA-1136, and it happens to come with the support of Bluetooth 5.0 with it – and when we involve such a thing, this too goes on to suggest that the smartphone won’t actually be low-end, however, it is also true that MediaTek’s entry-level Helio chipsets (A22 and P22) both go on to support Bluetooth 5.0, so things just might not seem the way they are.
Other than the things I’ve stated above, there isn’t much know about the device till now. There are some signs that the device might actually be a global version of the Nokia X7, a device which is restricted to China only. And if such a situation were to come to mind, just consider the fact that this won’t actually be the first time Nokia would be doing something like this, as the company has brought over China-only devices, such as the Nokia X5, and the Nokia X6 to the west, and these devices come under the names of Nokia 5.1 Plus, and the Nokia 6.1. If such a trend is to be followed, then it should be believed that the global version of the Nokia X7 would probably come under the name tag of the Nokia 7.1 Plus.
Talking about the Nokia X7, the phone packs a Snapdragon 710 processor, 4 or 6 gigs of RAM, 64 or 128 gigs of internal storage, and the option of expandable storage. It comes with a 3500mAh battery, and comes with a dual camera setup of 12MP + 13MP, while a 20MP selfie camera is found on the front, all of this coming with a 6.18 inch notched fill HD+ screen, and that too, with a headphone jack.