Nokia phones may join the modern world if details about an unreleased device called the Nokia 7 Plus are right.
It's about time for Nokia phones to join the trend, a year after the first Nokia phone running Android software first popped on to the scene. Although the company behind the brand, HMD Global, introduced a string of Nokia Androids, the devices failed to challenge the iPhone X in design or power., and
The 6-inch Nokia 7 Plus' Snapdragon 660 processor puts it in the midrange. Snapdragon 800-series chipsets are the most powerful ones, which you find in phones like the Galaxy S8.
In fact, the Nokia 7 Plus looks like an upgrade to the midrange in China. Since this apparent leak appeared on Chinese chat site Baidu, the Nokia 7 Plus may see a release in China as well. Scroll down for all the specs., with updated specs and a bigger screen, which was first announced
Even if we don't see the Nokia 7 Plus announced for other regions, the rumored design gives us hope that future Nokia phones will use the dimensions, which give phone owners more screen space than a phone with thicker bezels. HMD Global teased it wouldfor on Feb. 25.
While we're not exactly sure what this will be, we're crossing our fingers that it'll be that top-flight Nokia phone we've been hungry for, with a face that's nearly all screen.
HMD Global did not respond to a request for comment.
Nokia 7 Plus' rumored specs
- 6-inch display with a 18:9 aspect ratio
- Android 8.0 Oreo
- 12- and 13-megapixel dual rear cameras
- Snapdragon 660 processor
- 16-megapixel front camera
- 4GB of RAM
- USB-C port