According to the official Weibo page of Nokia, the new smartphone that sports the Android Go system will be released on December 15.
Android Go is an Android system tailored for entry-level Android phones. It was initially launched with Android Oreo and is suitable for devices with 1GB or lower memory. Android Go has optimized dedicated versions of Google Mobile Services and Google Play Services. The Google Play store on Android Go will recommend lightweight applications suitable for this system.
In addition, this will be China’s first Nokia smartphone running Android 10 (Go version). The Android 10 (Go version) relies on the Google app to provide mail, maps, voice assistance, etc. Since the Google application is not available in China, Nokia may have found some solutions to bring Android 10 (Go edition) to China.
At the beginning of this month, a new Nokia model TA-1335 has entered the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. According to information from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, this phone has navy blue, champagne, and also other colors. The body size is 81×44.5×22mm. And the smartphone weighs only 122 grams. The screen parameters have not yet been announced.
In terms of configuration, this phone includes 2GB memory and 64GB body storage. The new smartphone has a battery capacity of built-in 2500mAh. Moreover, it features Android 10 operating system. And what is one of the most important points it supports smartphone standards such as GSM, TD-LTE, LTE FDD, and WCDMA. Interestingly, the TENAA listing has no information regarding this handset’s chipset and display. But it does say that it will be powered by a quad-core processor. Lastly, the listing also mentions the presence of a fingerprint sensor.
There is no certain information about the price yet, but it may be a budget-friendly product.