OnePlus Nord CE 4 Lite 5G spotted on TDRA certification, UAE’s launch imminent

The next smartphone from OnePlus is rumored to be the OnePlus Nord CE 4 Lite 5G. We’ve been tracking its appearances on various certification websites like IMDA and Eurofins. In my previous article covering IMDA, I shared that the model number linked with the CE 4 Lite is CPH2621. Now, it’s popped up again, this time on a UAE telecommunications certification site called TDRA.

OnePlus Nord CE 4 Lite 5G TDRA

The OnePlus Nord CE 4 Lite 5G has appeared with the familiar model number CPH2621. Its registration, issued on May 10, 2024, bears the Equipment Registration number ER31584/24. Unfortunately, the certification doesn’t spill any details about its hardware or software specs.

However, insights from the IMDA certification suggest possible NFC support. Additionally, the Eurofins certification hints at a 5,500 mAh battery paired with an 80W fast charging capability.

As for previous data from Geekbench, I’m disregarding it since it indicated an SD 7+ Gen 3 SoC. Considering the Nord CE 4 featured an SD 7 Gen 3 chip, it’s unlikely OnePlus would opt for a superior chipset in a ‘lite’ version.

So far this much is known about this upcoming smartphone from OnePlus, but the way it’s popping up on certifications would mean a launch is imminent.




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