In 2017, Nokia returned to the smartphone space with Android One smartphones with solid specs. Even when the company was unable to license smartphones (until 2017), it never lost faith in its feature phones. After HMD Global took ownership of Nokia’s smartphone segment, the company has made efforts to push better feature phones. The Classic Nokia 3310 4G was one of the first feature phones to launch and was instantly a hit. Now, they have come up with the Nokia 400 4G.
The company has been in the dark for a while. However, it is now gearing up to launch a new feature phone dubbed ‘Nokia 400 4G.’ Besides the high-speed 4G connectivity, we expect to see it come with upgraded hardware and Google’s new GAFP OS – which is a software tailor-made for feature phones. The smartphone has a TA-1208 model number, and recently got an approval from the Wi-Fi Alliance, and also Bluetooth Certifications. The documents reveal some key details about the phone.
It will feature Bluetooth 4.2, and support LTE. It will also feature a Unisoc processor, and the SC234X component will facilitate fast Wi-Fi. What’s worth noting is that the 400 4G will be the first handset to come with Google’s GAFP OS out of the box. GAFP OS is a special version of Android made explicitly for feature phones. Some more details of the handset will inevitably surface in the coming days. All the certifications hint at an imminent launch, and we’re just waiting for confirmation from the company.