Barcelona’s yearly MWC fair is a great venue to find new interesting smartphone companies that we don’t see much outside of that circumstance. A good example is NOA, a big player in the European smartphone market that has probably been under the radar of most of our readers. That is going to change though as the company will be attending MWC 2018 bringing with them lots of new and very appealing devices. Today, we have a look at the NOA N7 with its 5.7-inch display, ceramic body and a dual 16MP rear camera setup.
Let’s start things off with the hardware that will drive the NOA N7. The smartphone comes packing a MediaTek MT6750 processor accompanied by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded to 120GB by using the microSD slot available. The N7 also sports an averagely sized 5.7-inch HD+ (1440×720) display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The lights are kept on by a 3.300mAh capacity battery as its runs the latest Android 8.0 Oreo OS. Under the hood we also find DTS sound technology for an improved audio quality.
Moving onto the camera department, the NOA N7 features a dual rear camera setup composed of two 16MP Sony IMX298 shooters which, through NOA’s oversampling technology, will allow you to snap photos with a resolution of up to 80MP. Meanwhile, with the 16MP front camera, the smartphone is able to support Face ID and comes with Beautify features to increase selfies image quality.
Internal hardware aside, the NOA N7 also shines – almost literally – for its very unique ceramic body. The smartphone does indeed come with a Royal Blue external casing that according to the company is made out of ceramic, which makes the handset really interesting for those who want a good looking device. Either way, we’ll make sure to check it out first-hand at the approaching MWC convention.
As far as pricing goes, NOA let us know that the N7 will be costing around 250€. We’ll be sure about the exact price after the launch.