A new Nokia device has been certified by the FCC, and with the details revealed by the certification listing on the official FCC website, some features of the upcoming device as well as its (internal and external) photos are now known. The device is a pair of true wireless earbuds that will be coming to the Nokia Lite earbuds series, it has the model name BH-205, and it might be announced together with the (expected) Nokia 6.3/6.4, Nokia 7.3, Nokia X20, & Nokia G10 smartphones at the #LoveTrustKeep virtual event by HMD Global on the 8th of April.
As is customary with FCC listings, the listing of the Nokia Lite Earbuds BH-205 on the FCC website contains substantial information around the device, including its User Manual in different languages, internal and external device photos and measurements, and other test/technical and legal documents required by the FCC. There are clear photos of both the individual earbuds (Left & Right ears) and its case, and the user manuals listed on the certification site are most likely close to the final version that would be sent in the box along with the device when it's launched and starts selling.
These Nokia Lite Earbuds will come with a stem design, like the Apple Airpods Pro and many other wireless earbuds after it, and each earbud packs a 40mAh battery while the charging case packs a 400mAh battery; when you do the math, it's expected that the case would be able to charge the earbuds 5 times over. Speaking of the case... it should come with a USB Type-C port for charging, and the device's package should come with an accompanying USB Type-C charging cable. There's an existing Nokia Power Earbuds Lite (BH-405) that offers up to 35 hours of battery life (earbuds + charging case) with an earbud battery capacity of 50mAh and charging case battery capacity of 600mAh, so we should expect even less battery life from the BH-205.
The user manual reveals that the Nokia Lite Earbuds BH-205 will possess a touchpad for handling calls, music playback and interacting with a smartphone's virtual assistant with touch controls. The Nokia Power Earbuds and Power Earbuds Lite possess IPX7 ratings, but it's likely that these Bh-205 earbuds would come with a lower water-resistance rating - or none at all - since they're even lower versions of the existing ones, and should cost less. The Nokia Power Earbuds Lite currently cost around $55, and the Nokia Earbuds Lite BH-205 could have a price tag in the $39-$45 range.
Of course, all of these are just speculations, as HMD Global hasn't put out a word about this device. There's still plenty of time for that, however, as the next official Nokia event is scheduled for April 8, and we expect the Nokia Lite Earbuds BH-205 to be announced alongside the aforementioned smartphones there.