Update – Nokia X20 will be coming with BT 5.1 and WiFi 2.4 and 5 GHz frequencies.
Back in March, Nokia Mobile got an FCC certificate for its first 5G phone with Snapdragon 4 series, Nokia X20. Nokia TA-1341 is a Dual-SIM version of the device, and now Nokia Mobile certified the Single-SIM version TA-1344.
The specs didn’t change except this version has only one SIM tray. It is still an affordable smartphone that will support standard GSM, LTE, WCDMA, and 5G network standards. It will be coming with BT 5.1 and Wi-Fi, but with
just both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency.
Nokia Mobile is slowly wrapping up its latest lineup which should be announced at the April 8th event. This event could probably be the last one that Juho Sarvikas is going to be attending, or even presenting. We should be seeing a couple of affordable phones (Nokia G10 and Nokia G20), an affordable midranger Nokia X20 that supports 5G, and maybe one or two new feature phones.
If you would like to dig into the FCC reports, head here.