Nokia is getting their fans excited again with the rumoured launch of Nokia 7+ at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that is coming up in a few weeks.
Nokia. A brand that is very well known as a communication device maker since the early days of mobile phones. Windows Phone was the OS they choose to run their smartphones right before they sold the rights to Microsoft, is back with Android as their OS not too long ago.
With the release of Nokia 3, 5, 7 and 8 last year, they are back in the race to become a leader in modern smartphone technology. They still have a long way to go but it seems that they are making a mark with the upcoming Nokia 7+.
Leaked photos of their new mid-range Nokia 7+ smartphone has surfaced recently and it looks promising. HMD Global, the company behind the new Nokia is pushing hard to produce much better and good looking phones.
The new Nokia 7+ is rumoured to have a better and “longer” screen design with an almost bezelless look on both side of the phone. Only to be coupled with a slim bezel at the top and bottom. It looks much better than their previous releases, that is a fact.
Nokia 7+ is said to be powered by Snapdragon 660 SoC with 4GB of RAM to support the processing power and the high-resolution 2160×1080 FHD+ display at 18:9 screen ratio. Internal storage is 64GB, expendable with a MicroSD card slot. These specifications has been powering most of the mid-range smartphones nowadays where the Snapdragon 660 is one of the latest processors by Qualcomm.
As for the camera module, the Nokia7+ will come with a dual-lens setup at the back right on top of the round fingerprint sensor. Of course, what is Nokia without the support of Carl-Zeiss camera. The dual camera setup are Zeiss-tuned 12MP and 13MP with the 2x optical zoom function on the secondary camera sensor. Front camera will have a higher 16MP Zeiss-tuned shooter for better selfie photos.
Alongside Nokia 7+, HMD Global is said to release a low-range Nokia device, the Nokia 1. The Nokia 1 is probably going to be their cheapest smartphone, focusing towards the entry level markets. Nokia 1 is going to be based on Android Go, which is a much lighter version of Android to support devices that has smaller 512MB or 1GB of RAM.
Both phones is said to be launched at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in a few weeks time. Until then, we just have to wait a little longer.