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Renders Of The Upcoming Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 1 Reveals Design Specs

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HMD Global is going to unveil Nokia 9, Nokia 7 Plus, and Nokia 1 at the MWC 2018, to be held on February 25. But there aren’t any official words on the devices that will debut at the event.

The famous tipster Evan Blass has unveiled some images for Nokia 7+ and Nokia 1.

The rendered design for the Nokia 7+ showcases a Dual Camera with LED flash stacked vertically. The front design has the fingerprint lock module at the bottom of the screen like the Vivo X2 plus concept. The Nokia 7 plus will feature an Android One smartphone.

The display may not have a fully bezel-less screen; it will contain some bezels from the top and bottom of the screen. This smartphone is to come with a 6.0-inch large and 18:9 screen ratio. The processor is expected to sport Snapdragon 660, including 4GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.

As for Nokia 1, it is rendered to feature a polycarbonate body and a single rear camera with LED flash and front camera.

The Nokia 1 is also rendered to sport 1 GB of RAM and is expected to be the first Android Go phone. Both devices may launch on separate days, Feb 25 and Feb 26.

Stay tuned with us as we will bring more updates on further confirmation from HMD.


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