A few hours back, HMD Global announced that it would take the covers off a new smartphone under the name Nokia C20 Plus.
The brand revealed that the launch event for the upcoming device would take place in China on June 11.
Interestingly, the company excited the curiosity of many people after sharing a render, which reveals the rear design of the Nokia C20 Plus.
The render shows that the smartphone sports a round-shaped camera housing with an LED flash unit by the side.
It appears that the rear camera system of the Nokia C20 Plus consists of two lenses.
The phone sports a SIM slot on the left edge, and it features the power button and volume controls on the left spine.
Meanwhile, the rear schematics of the upcoming handset matches that of a Nokia device that appeared a few weeks back.
Speculations say that the Nokia C20 Plus could be the Nokia phone with model number TA-1388.
Interestingly, the Nokia TA-1388 already received approval from the TEENA certification authority of China and 3C.
The 3C listing of the device says it would arrive as an LTE device, which supports 10W charging.
The smartphone also appeared on Geekbench recently – and the Geekbench listing mentions that it will debut with 3GB of RAM and the Android 11 OS.
Further, the documents mentioned that the TA-1388 Nokia phone would feature a Unisoc chipset with eight cores – four running at 1.20GHz and the other four at 1.60GHz.
Last month, some reports revealed that the upcoming Nokia C20 Plus would pack a 5,000mAh battery – impressive for a mid-range device – and it would come as an upgrade of the Nokia C20 that launched in April.