Nokia TA-1399 is a new Nokia smartphone model that just passed the FCC certification process and could be announced soon. This device might as well be known as Nokia N139DL, which gathered previously certificates in China and elsewhere. The only thing we know so far of TA-1399 is that the device will support 18W charging, which means it is the sort of continuation on the X series. Maybe we are looking at an X100 that still haven’t been announced.
The FCC certificate, which was started in July 2021, shared the label graphics, which reveals that the device will be sharing the design of the Nokia X20 or X series in general. It will be supporting VoLTE calls, 5G Sub 6GHz connection, 2.4G and 5 G WiFi, BT 5.1, FM radio, NFC, and will be drawing power from a 4370mAh battery.
All the connectivity options are mentioned in the statement below.
Nokia TA-1399 could be expected globally, and the announcement will reveal if it is an upper-midrange smartphone with a 778G chipset we are waiting for or just another iteration of X20.
Find out more about TA-1399 from FCC documents.