Can you imagine the iconic Nokia Xpress music on your hands in 2020? Most of the Millenials would not know about this phone but a 90s kid would be very familiar with this ever-iconic Nokia phone that changed the course of the game.
A new wave of Nokia nostalgia-themed feature phones could be in the plans of HMD Global. Anyone who is a minimum mobile phone enthusiast certainly remembers the XpressMusic range, which was very popular in the early 2000s, especially among the younger ones.
According to a recent leak, a device may be arriving that recalls the famous line of the phone that a kid of 90s certainly gave it all to own one.
Nokia XpressMusic has got TENAA certification
The possibility is not to be excluded. If the leaked TENAA certification is anything to go by, then the possibilities would be two: either HMD Global has in mind to launch a feature phone in full “XpressMusic” style or has simply decided to market a new smart mobile phone, randomly crossing the design (and the colors ) of the famous range.
Specifically, the phone that appeared in the images seems to remember a little Nokia 5130, which was perhaps among the “simplest” of the XpressMusic models, since it had onboard the keys to manage the music playback – housed laterally than the screen – but not a touchscreen display.
We may soon know more about the mysterious device, usually, it does not take long from receiving the TENAA certification to the actual launch and marketing of the product on duty.
However, one fundamental detail remains to be understood and if HMD Global really intended to formalize a new Nokia XpressMusic, what would the reference market be?
Here is the list of specifications:
- Model: TA-1212, Dual SIM
- Dimensions: 123.75×52.43×13.1 mm
- Mass: 88 g
- Display: 2.4 inches, 240×320
- Processor: 0.36GHz
- Memory: 8 MB/ internal 16 MB + 32 GB over SD card
- Camera: 0.3MP
- Battery: 1200 mAh
- Keyboard: T9
TENAA certification is reserved for the Chinese market only would the device remain available only in China or could it also arrive in other parts of the world? We still don’t know.