Nokia G400 shows up at the FCC with triple rear cameras, a 5,000mAh battery and a potentially disappointing display
Nokia may have sought to drum up hype by annoucing the G400 at CES 2022 as its first-ever 120Hz display smartphone, which, moreover, was tipped to launch at around US$240 with that spec. However, leaving it unreleased for nearly exactly 6 months thereafter may have backfired somewhat.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) may have pre-empted this hopefully imminent event by outlining what a G400 (under its TA-1448 model number) customer will get for that money.
The HMD Global brand has already indicated that the G400 will be unleashed with Android 12, 6GB of RAM and its inaugural high-refresh-rate screen. However, according to the FCC's testing, its main selling point will apply to an LCD display rather than OLED.
The Commission has at least confirmed that the probable G-series 2022 flagship will be 5G, at least, and will also have a 4,900mAh battery (which might be rounded up to 5,000mAh in its marketing).
It also purports to confirm that the G400 will have 48+5+2MP rear cameras for the first time, along with a 16MP selfie camera. Then again, this new leak has brought the phone no closer to a final official announcement.
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