This explains why a new device detected in the Bluetooth SIG database could be considered a successor to Nokia 2.4.
A HMD Global announced theNokia 2.4In September 2020. Although its successor may still be slow to arrive, recent announcements have shown that there is no clear pattern in terms of HMD Global. This explains why a new device detected in the Bluetooth SIG database could be considered a successor to the Nokia 2.4.
The smartphone was first seen on the Bluetooth SIG website by NokiaPowerUser with the model number T99652AA1 which is similar to the model number T99651AA1 of the Nokia 2.4. Although there is no specific mention that this is the successor to the Nokia 2.4, the similarity in their model numbers points to the two equipment being related.
Its Bluetooth SIG certification reveals that the equipment in question has support for Bluetooth 5.0 and support for LTE. Since it does not support 5G, it is most likely an entry-level device.
The Nokia 2.4 it was released with a 6.5 inch screen with a water drop shape notch and a resolution of 1600 x 720pixels. It has a chipset from MediaTek Helio P22 inside and comes with 2GB or 3GB of RAM. Depending on the RAM variant, 32GB or 64GB of storage is obtained. There is a dedicated slot for the MicroSD card so that we can add more storage without sacrificing the SIM slot.
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A 13MP + 2MP dual camera combination is found on the back of this smartphone, while a 5MP camera is on the front for selfies. THE Nokia 2.4 also has a fingerprint scanner on the back, a 4500mAh battery, and runs the Android 10. It is one of the Nokia devices eligible to be upgraded to the Android 11 However, we expect that your successor will come withAndroid 11In the box.
The new phone is expected to Nokia be released in the coming months.