Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 1 design, basic details revealed in fresh renders

Nokia 7 Plus

HMD Global has scheduled an MWC event for February 25th, with the Nokia 9, Nokia 7Plus, Nokia 1 and a host of other Nokia devices expected to break covers. While there aren’t official words on the devices that will debut at the event, these Nokia phones have been frequenting the headlines in the past couple of months, and now, new leaks from leakster Evan Blas have unearthed press renders of the Nokia 7 plus and Nokia 1 in full glory.

The Nokia 7 render confirms a bit of what we already outlined here. However, an inscription on the rear indicates the device will arrive as an Android One smartphone. The bezels on the upper and lower chin appear large despite it not having a fingerprint sensor on the display front, It, however, adopt a full-screen design confirming our earlier speculation that the device might come with an 18:9 aspect ratio display.

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On the reverse side are the usual suspects, there’s dual camera unit with LED flash stacked vertically, like the iPhone X. However, unlike the iPhone X, this one is centrally placed and the LED flash placed by the side, while a fingerprint sensor sits below it.

The device could come with a display as large 6.0-inch with the 18:9 aspect ratio and is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 660 processor mated with 4GB of RAM and could pack up to 64GB of onboard storage.

 The renders of the Nokia 1, on the other hand, reveals a very compact device. The device which is obviously targeted at first-time users appears to be made of polycarbonate body fitted with a single rear camera with LED flash as well as a front-facing camera. The Nokia 1 is expected to debut as the first Android Go phone and would arrive with 1 GB of RAM.
The Feb 25 and 26 date written on the display of both devices suggest they would be launched on separate dates.

More will be most likely be revealed as the Feb 25th date draws closer. keep a date with us

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