Nokia 3.2 is anticipated to launch at MWC 2019, and now a fresh leak tips the arrival of the Nokia 3.2 again. Nokia has been working on a new smartphone with model number TA-1157 for some time now. Based on specifications and model number, this appears to be the successor to the Nokia 3.1, and may be called the Nokia 3.2. Like other Nokia smartphones, this is also expected to be a part of Google’s Android One programme. Since its last visit to the US FCC it revealed key specifications and schematics of the upcoming smartphone. We already know that the Nokia TA-1157 has a vertical dual camera setup at the back. It also has a single LED flash under the camera module and the design language is similar to some of the other Nokia smartphones. Now, it has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, revealing a few more details.
From the last FCC website listing we know that the smartphone measures 148.95mm in length and 71.33mm in width. This smartphone has now passed Wi-Fi certification by the Wi-Fi Alliance. The alleged Nokia 3.2 has been certified for Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n as well as Wi-Fi Direct. The Wi-Fi certification listing also hints to Android 9 Pie being pre-installed on this smartphone. The listing was first spotted by Nokiapoweruser.