Nokia Style+ smartphone was previously spotted on China Quality Certification (CQC) and WiFi Alliance database. These couple of listings revealed some of the phone’s key features and specifications. Based on the listing, the upcoming Nokia smartphone will come with support for dual-band Wi-Fi and will support 20W fast charging.
Further, the upcoming mystery Nokia smartphone will run on Android 12 OS. Now, the device same device has been spotted on Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US revealing more specifications like the battery capacity and camera specs. The device will come with a triple rear camera. Let’s take a look at the details.
Nokia Style+ Listed on FCC
The Nokia Style+ smartphone has been listed on the FCC website with the TA-1448 model number. This is the same model number as the previously spotted on WiFi Alliance listing as well as the CQC listing. The WiFi Alliance database had confirmed the product name as “Style+”. Now, as per the FCC website, the upcoming Nokia smartphone will come with a 4,900mAh battery unit.
Further, as per the listing, the phone will come with a charger with the AD-020US model number. While the website does not reveal the charging speed of the device, based on the previous leak, it is expected to feature a 20W fast charging. The website confirms this will be a 5G device with support for multiple 5G NR bands.
The FCC database also suggests the phone feature an LCD display. And, as for the camera setup, there will be a triple camera system with a 48MP main camera, a 5MP Ultra-wide angle lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front, the phone will feature a 16MP selfie camera. Although we could spot a live image of the device, it did not reveal much about the device apart from the model number and FCC ID. But, the design render of the device was also spotted which gave us some additional details. The phone measures 76.4mm wide and 166.1mm in terms of height. The design also confirms a triple rear camera setup along with an LED flash.
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