Nokia is rumoured to launch a new gaming smartphone under the new G-series, the Nokia G10. The device’s existence was first confirmed by a report by NokiaPowerUser lately. The specifications and model number of this upcoming handset were even tipped, giving us a idea as such what the device could offer. Now, the Nokia G10 gaming phone has passed the SIRM certification. The device is registered with the applicant name Macpie Distribution SDN BHD, and it carries the model number as the TA-1334.
Nokia G10 Specifications
If we go by the rumoured specs of the Nokia G10, it is expected to feature a 6.4-inch display. As of now, it isn’t known if the phone will offer a LCD or an AMOLED panel. Additionally, we still don’t if the phone will come with a high refresh rate display. The device is said to pack an octa-core processor. The processor name still remains a mystery at this point. Furthermore, the report by NokiaPowerUser had mentioned that the Nokia G10 will sport a quad-camera setup.
The Nokia G10 is expected to sport a 48MP primary camera. Details regarding the other three sensors the phone will include isn’t known currently. Another report by NokiaMob mentions that Nokia G10 is listed on Nokia’s Russian website. The handset is listed with 4GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. The device is expected to be available in Blue colour option. The Nokia G10 (TA-1334) was first certified by Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) and approved for the Russian market back in September 2020. The device also had gained the TÜV Rheinland certification lately, which even had the same model number as TA-1334.
The other details such as front camera configuration, battery capacity, and fast-charging information of this upcoming handset still remain unknown currently. The Nokia G10 is mostly likely to include same specs as that of the Nokia 5.4.
To recap, the Nokia 5.4 features a 6.3-inch display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 662 SoC, 48MP quad-camera setup, 16-megapixel selfie camera, and a 4000mAh battery. It is even believed that HMD Global this time will be launching all-new G-series and H-series smartphones instead of refreshing the number-based devices.
Now that the Nokia G10 has started gaining multiple certifications lately, we should possibly get to learn more, if the phone appears on a benchmark or any other certification in the upcoming days.
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