Nokia RM-1187, poised to be a very cheap handset, gets TENAA certification
Nokia has been put of the smartphone race for a while now and when they announced that they are coming back with a bang and working on two new high end devices which would have the same IP68 certification that we have seen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and also use the latest QUALCOMM snapdragon chips till date, the 820 SoC, there was no doubt a lot of excitement among the fans of the former boss of the smartphone world.
However, it seems that Nokia is not looking to ditch the cheap market that they were very good at catering to then and new rumours suggest that the OEM might be working on new cheap models, and making it serious is a TENAA certification.
One is branded simply as RM-1187 will use a 2.4 inch display and have its resolution set at 240×320. The RAM would be small at 16MB but more than enough to handle the activities of the mobile and there would be a 1025mAh battery to make things run for a while.
Although there is a LED flash behind it, the configurations of both cameras are unknown and this would come in colour variants of Black, White and Blue.
According to storage information, you have already been provided with 16MB of internal storage space and if that is deemed not enough for you, it can be expanded up to 64GB.
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