These Might be First Official Renders of Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 1

We have already seen how in an unpacked Nokia Camera app it revealed a list of Nokia smartphones’ released models as well as those unreleased ones. The Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 1, and Nokia 4 then belonged to the latter category. Now, the device which was earlier spotted on Geekbench is all ready to get unveiled at the MWC 2018 later this month. And ahead of its launch Nokia 7 Plus has yet again appeared in the newest leaks, however, coupled with another Nokia phone, the Nokia 1.

The latest leak points out that the renders offered ahead of launch might be as authentic as official. The Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 1 smartphones’ first official renders have been given to us through the famous journalist and top-named leakster, and all thanks to Evan Blass!

The Nokia 7 Plus Smartphone Leaked in New Apparent Official Renders [Image Source]

From the leaked render, Nokia 7 Plus appears to be interesting. The leak points that Nokia 7 Plus has been spotted to be the first Nokia smartphone to feature a full-screen display. As far as envisions so far, this Nokia smartphone will be an Android One device. The device has a display with rounded corners, which might measure 6-inches display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. The Nokia 7 Plus is expected to house a Snapdragon 660 processor coupled with 4GB RAM + 64GB internal storage space.

The device will come with a dedicated 3.5mm audio jack at its top edge. In the imaging department, there will be dual rear cameras from Carl Zeiss as well as a fingerprint sensor mounted on the rear panel. From the Android One logo, it is tipped to run the stock Android based on Android 8.0 Oreo. We can expect two years of timely updates as well.

Nokia 1 is an entry-level smartphone and its design is also similar. With an HD screen resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, the device is expected to pair with 1GB RAM as well as 8GB native storage space. It will run the Android Go (Oreo Edition) operating system, which is the lighter version of Google’s developed OS.

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