At least according to various certification filing leaks from China’s China Quality Certification (CQC) and the WiFi Alliance, Nokia seems to be gearing up to launch a new device with the Style+ moniker. Now the Style+, model number TA-1448, has also popped up at the FCC in a pretty revealing way.
The phone will be 166.1 mm tall and 76.4 mm wide, according to a highly accurate schematic that was included in the leak. It also shows the basic design of the phone’s back, which is quite similar to either the newly leaked Nokia G400 design or the Nokia G11 design.
The document states that the three cameras on the rear include a 48MP primary camera, a 5MP ultrawide, and a 2MP depth sensor. not much of a fancy. The Nokia Style+ will include a 16MP selfie camera. The top and bottom bezels of the image of the device’s front are missing, so it’s impossible to see whether the selfie camera will have a teardrop or punch hole. Evidently, an LCD will be used for the display itself.
A 4,900 mAh (probably to be sold as 5,000 mAh) battery with an AD-020US charger, which we think is a 20W unit, is also included in the leaked specifications. We also know that the Nokia Style+ should come pre-installed with Android 12 and support dual-band Wi-Fi ac, 5G cellular, and other features.
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