Nokia G50 5G renders and specs leaked several weeks ago, and now the phone is certified with the FCC with the listing confirming some more details. The G50 will indeed support 5G connectivity, and the battery will be 4,850 mAh – exactly the same capacity as previously reported.
The FCC (Federal Communications Commission of the United States) certified the TA-1370/TA-1390 smartphone is safe to use with this battery capacity at certain GSM, LTE and NR bands, as well as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi frequencies.
Image-wise, we only have schematics of the designated safety label location. Thankfully, Roland Quandt already revealed the new device will be yet another midranger with a waterdrop notch and circular camera island.