Like the design. Of note, this model shows something similar to the GWS.35 as the VLS which I think is the standard single shot CAMM-ER launcher. Sadly, it only seems to be 16 cells which leads me to question how much larger these will be vs Babur. In fact, if you zoom into the plaque, it seems to say length of ~115-119 (hard to make it out clearly) which is only 7 - 11 meters longer than Baburs. I dont think i see any real weapons differences between this and Babur, other than the anti-sub rocket propelled depth charges (something like RDC-32 or Type 87). So have we all gotten it wrong by thinking that Jinnah will be larger and more powerful than Baburs, because this doesnt show that to be the case. It does look stealthier, BUT frankly its a bit of a disappointment size wise. I would think a 24 - 32 cell system should have been the goalw with capacity for 16 standard (atmaca or Harpoons class) AShM or 12 Harbah. MDAS however should be able to overcome this issue. If they can get 16 cell MDAS that should be able to quad pack CAMM-ER for 64 missiles. That said it looks to be a slightly shorter Istanbul Class vessel. I doubt the bridge fascade will be a sharp. I suspect, as before, that it will be derivative of the Istanbul class.
J-class VLS is not finalized yet. PN is looking for better options.
We have the Damen OPVs as the ideal illustration of how PN acquired armaments from the first batch of ships to the second batch of ships, in addition to the Babur class. Thanks to NG CAMM- ER's tremendous success, which greatly complements PN.
Therefore, the Jinnah class would be equipped with CAMM-ER with Sylver-A50 VLS system (if PN didn't get directly from DCNS then through MBDA, and I'm sure MBDA will be motivated because PN is getting their system on Babur/OPVs & now Jinnah) along with 2quad launchers for Harba.
Additionally, with the aforementioned arrangements, IMO Jinnah class will be approximately 3500T, with unconfirmed rumors stating that there would be 8 ships in it.