Nokia Mobile has already announced its first smartphone of the year, the Nokia 1.4, in a very low-key manner. However, if we go by its past trends, the company usually likes to conduct one of its major launches in the first quarter of the year, where it launches at least three new smartphones and a Nokia Originals feature phone.
Prior to such big launch events, we also get to see some leaks or details about the upcoming devices, but this time, nothing of the sort has happened so far, as the leaks have dried up in the last several months.
Barring the leaks about Nokia 1.4 in January, only TÜV certifications have continued bringing new details about the other upcoming devices. In December, TÜV Rheinland revealed two new Nokia batteries with 5050 mAh and 4470 mAh capacity that have not shipped with any of the Nokia smartphones yet.
Now, a new Nokia phone with four of its variants, namely, TA-1334, TA-1338, TA-1346, and TA-1351, has received the TÜV certification, which confirms that it is a smartphone and will ship with a 5 V, 2 A (10 W) rated charger. The device was certified on January 25, which is before Nokia 1.4’s launch. It could be coming with the new 4470 mAh battery since charging a 5000+ mAh battery with a 10 W charger is not something that goes hand in hand.
There is another Nokia phone that received the TÜV certification on February 2. This device consists of five variants, which are TA-1336, TA-1343, TA-1347, TA-1365, and TA-1372. As of now, it is not known if this device is a smartphone or a feature phone.
The battery certifications from the last year do confirm that Nokia Mobile has plans to launch at least two new smartphones, while a rumor says that the company will bring back the Nokia 3650 as a part of the Nokia Originals series.
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