A new Nokia phone has passed China Compulsory Certification (3C). Listed as TA-1000 from HMD Global, the device comes with standard 5V/2A charging support, but that's about all the info we get here.
While 3C doesn't reveal any of the handset's key specifications, it is likely not a flagship smartphone given the lack of fast charging support. So, it's possible that we're looking at the Nokia E1 here.
The device is rumored to be powered by an entry-level Snapdragon chipset and sport a 5.5-inch display. Other rumored specs include 1GB RAM and Android 7.0 Nougat.
1gb ram are usedless
does anyone notice that rest of the list contains mobile phones in lower budget by microsoft 5 models are coming as well
You'd better read more than being ignorance.. Nokia is handing the design and development to HMD which is assembled from Nokia's ex executives.. Manufacturing is done by Foxconn.. But which Foxconn plant? The plant that Foxconn bought from Microsoft ...