Nokia seems to be gearing up to launch a new device with the Style+ moniker, at least according to various certification filing leaks from China’s China Quality Certification (CQC) and the WiFi Alliance. Now the Style+, model number TA-1448, has also popped up at the FCC in a pretty revealing way.
First off, the leak features a very precise schematic showing that the phone will be 166.1 mm tall and 76.4 mm wide. It also features the general layout of the back of the phone, which looks quite reminiscent of the recently-leaked Nokia G400 design or the Nokia G11.
According to the document, those three cameras on the back include a 48MP main snapper, 5MP ultrawide and a 2MP depth sensor. Nothing too fancy. For selfies, the Nokia Style+ will have a 16MP camera. We do have one image of the front of the device as well, but the top and bottom bezels are cut off, so we can’t say whether the selfie will use a teardrop or punch hole. Apparently, the display itself will expectedly be an LCD.
Also, part of the leaked specs – a 4,900 mAh (likely to be marketed as 5,000 mAh) battery with an AD-020US charger, which we believe to be a 20W unit. We also know that the Nokia Style+ should support dual-band Wi-Fi ac, 5G cellular and run Android 12 out of the box.
No word on pricing or availability as of yet.