Formerly, it is often reported that the Finnish firm got plans for a fresh Snapdragon 845 integrated flagship smartphone along with a premium handset which will sport the Snapdragon 710 under the hood. Having said that, if we consider the latest FCC submission, the HMD Global might have one more handset under construction, albeit it appears to be a whole new budget offering. The paperwork gathered from FCC recorded the handset with a model number TA-1120, while concealed within the listing are several screenshot images from the handset that expose various other information, like its internal codename of “Bravo.”
Additionally, the screenshots show the existence of 32GB of inbuilt storage and Android-powered OS (Oreo), and also a 16:9 screen to body ratio, thereby verifying the price range of the smartphone. Just like the many other FCC submissions, very comprehensive evidence to the smartphone’s connectivity features is included, which ensures the existence of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and LTE support. Surprisingly, no NFC chip has integrated, albeit this might be done with an intention to hold the price of the smartphone. It is questionable how HMD Global is going to opt to brand this handset upon release, however, it’s important to indicate that the label offered within the record exposes that it’s meant for the Latin American vicinity and will contain dual-SIM aid.