Probable Nokia X20 hits the FCC with a large camera housing and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner ahead of its April 8 launch
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The FCC has certified a new Nokia smartphone ahead of HMD Global's April 8 hardware launch event. While HMD Global is yet to confirm what smartphones it plans to announce on that date, at least the Nokia G10, X10 and X20 are expected to arrive. According to Mukul Sharma, HMD Global has certified the Nokia X20, which should be the most premium of the three devices set to launch on April 8.
Neither the FCC nor any IMEI checkers verify the model name of the TA-1341, but the consensus is that this is the Nokia X20. At the very least, the documents that the FCC has published confirm that the TA-1341 has a large circular camera housing and no rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. Instead, as NokiaPowerUser (NPU) has claimed previously, the Nokia X20 will have a fingerprint scanner integrated within its power button.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 SoC is thought to be at the heart of the Nokia X20, which will provide the smartphone with 5G connectivity. The device will also have up to 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and a microSD card reader should you need more. Apparently, the Nokia X20 has a 3.5 mm headphone jack too, along with a 6.15- to 6.2-inch display. NPU asserts that the Nokia X20 will ship with Android 11 and run on a 4,500 mAh battery.