Nokia enthusiasts, a rare breed in today’s world of Samsung, Xiaomi, Apple, and other prominent brands, eagerly await a Nokia Mobile smartphone that resembles a flagship device. A rebirth that embraces the core values that once positioned Nokia at the pinnacle of the smartphone market. However, the world can be harsh, and all that appears to be forthcoming is an increase in the megapixels of the main camera sensor.
Hikari Calyx unveiled a photo of an unreleased Nokia phone, codenamed Venom, with the model number TA-1529. This dual SIM device features a 4/128 GB memory configuration, indicating it could be another budget-friendly smartphone. The 64 MP sensor is manufactured by Shengtai, a company known for similar technology. While other details remain unknown, recent FCC filings suggest Nokia Mobile may announce additional smartphones. Based on the current lineup, a higher-specification G series phone with repairable features could be a viable option, and the polycarbonate plastic body hints at easy removal.
Recently, a Nokia phone with the model number TA-1541 received FCC certification, and an antenna report revealed an aluminum shell resembling that of the G22, possibly with a display glued on top. It’s unclear if this is the recently announced C32, but it does imply that Nokia Mobile is likely to focus on improving repairability or ease of repair in future phones.
Thus, we can anticipate the arrival of Nokia Venom soon, and it’s hoped that the hardware will be more advanced than what’s found in the G22.