The latest offerings by the HMD Global owned Nokia, namely the Nokia 1 and Nokia 7+ (or Plus), have been leaked just days ahead of their launch at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The event starts on February 26.
Mobile reporter and tipster Evan Blass has tweeted pictures of the two Nokia models on his official account.
Here's our roundup.
Nokia 1, Nokia 7+ leak ahead of MWC
Nokia 1: Design, Features and Specs
As suggested by the renders, Nokia 1 will be an entry-level smartphone with curved edges and a single rear camera (maybe 8MP) and LED flash.
Featuring a pebble-like design with rounded corners, Nokia 1 will run on Android Oreo (Go edition) and may have a 5-inch 720p display along with 1GB RAM and 8GB inbuilt storage.
It is also expected to have dual-SIM support.
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What is Android Oreo (Go edition)?
Android Oreo (Go edition) is an operating system specifically designed for entry-level smartphones (1GB RAM or lower) and was launched in December last year. The OS comes with smaller sized Google apps to offer more storage space and better performance for the entry-level smartphones.
Nokia 7 Plus
Nokia 7 Plus: Design, Features and Specs
As per the renders, Nokia 7 Plus is expected to be mid-range smartphone and may sport a 6-inch, 18:9 display (maybe Full HD) along with a Zeiss dual-lens camera, dual LED flash and rear fingerprint sensor.
Nokia 7 Plus may come with a 6GB RAM and 64GB storage and is expected to run on Android One to offer stock Android experience and timely updates.
What would be the price of Nokia 7+?
Asked on 16-02-2018 by Anonymous
Answered by NewsBytes
As of now, only the render of Nokia 7+ has been leaked online. The company, HMD Global, hasn't issued any official statement in this regard. Hence, we don't have any idea what the price of Nokia 7+ would be. The leaks suggest that Nokia 7+ will be the first Android One device by the company and its price should be in the same range of other Android One phones.
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