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Update: Nokia Treasure Tag mini already listed at Nokia Global site.

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Update:

Well, we can now see the listing of Treasure Tag mini on Nokia’s Global site and the listing confirms only Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and compatibility with many more devices. It is thinner and lighter than Treasure Tag WS-2 too. There is no word about the availability and pricing on the page.

Check the full specs of Treasure Tag mini here.

Nokia Treasure Tag Mini WS-10 with Bluetooth 4

Nokia Treasure Tag miniNokia Treasure Tag has gone on sale at Verizon recently and now Nokia Treasure Tag mini has been revealed by a FCC entry. As you can see the label mentions WS-10 as the model name, while WS-2 is label name of Nokia Treasure Tag.

NTT miniThe device may have Bluetooth support only as there is no mention of NFC in the reports or may be we couldn’t find it.

Thanks Noto for the tip. Cheers!!

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  • Marc71

    Hi Kamal, I have the same question than Ryan: if the rights to treasure tag went over to Microsoft with phones/tablets or stayed with Nokia?
    Do you now the answer to these question?
    Thanks

    • Kamal

      It looks like Microsoft Mobile, though surprisingly both the treasure tags are compatible with iOS and Android devices 🙂

      • Marc71

        Ok, but for us, Nokia shares holders, the important is thas the money go for Microsoft and no for Nokia, no?

  • Ryan

    As an investor, I was wondering if the rights to treasure tag went over to Microsoft with phones/tablets or stayed with Nokia

    • Kamal

      Thanks Aikon!!

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