About a week ago, there was information about the upcoming release of the mid-range smartphone Nokia 5.4. And now, information about this device has appeared in the documentation on the website of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
As you can see in the schematic illustrations, the new product looks similar to the Nokia 3.4 (in the first image), presented in September this year. Both devices display a small hole in the upper left corner for a single front camera.
The main camera of the Nokia 5.4, like the Nokia 3.4, is enclosed in a round block. In this case, four image sensors are involved, not three, as in the younger model. The back panel of the case also houses a fingerprint scanner for user identification by fingerprints.
The upcoming novelty allows the simultaneous installation of two SIM cards and a microSD memory card. At the bottom of the case is a USB Type-C port, at the top is a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. There is a separate button for quick access to the Google Assistant.
According to rumors, the smartphone will receive a 6.4-inch display, at least 4 GB of RAM, and a flash drive with 64/128 GB capacity. A rechargeable battery will provide power with a capacity of about 4000 mAh.