The other day HMD Global announced the Nokia 6. This is a new Nokia Android smartphone that features a pretty sleek design, although its specs aren’t exactly what many would consider to be high-end. It was also launched in China which seemed to suggest that it could be limited to the Chinese market, or at least Asia.
The good news is that might not necessarily be the case. A report from Nokia Power User has revealed that the Nokia 6 has recently passed through Bluetooth certification. The models spotted included the original TA-1000 which is the version that launched, and a certain TA-1003 which some have taken to indicate an international variant.
Of course it is possible that the TA-1003 could also be for the Chinese market, but then why would it need a new model number designation, right? In any case Nokia is expected to show off some smartphones at MWC 2017 next month, so maybe we’ll be hearing about an international version of the Nokia 6.
However like we said its specs aren’t exactly what you would call impressive, so it isn’t exactly a very exciting device, but hopefully Nokia and HMD will have more devices to share at the event, so remember to check back with us towards the end of February for more details.