Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 1 renders leaked online

Nichole VegaFeb 18, 2018

Leaked renders of the much hyped Nokai 7 Plus and Nokia 1 have emerged online.

Although HMD is already expediting the move to provide super-fast Android updates, yet the devices featuring Android One will run an unmodified version of Google's mobile OS, meaning less bloatware and even more frequent software updates. It is worth noting that the renders of the Nokia 1 and Nokia 7 Plus include the dates February 25 and February 26, which coincide with the start of MWC. But the question is whether Nokia can trump Xiaomi to become a number one choice for Indian consumers. It also seems to be sporting the same stock UI from HMD Global that was first seen on the original Nokia 6. This time around, we can expect the Nokia 7 Plus to capture some great images.

Nokia doesn't stop on bringing out cool smartphones, amid reports surfacing that they are outselling some other brands with more than four million units sold past year.

Consumers would see a hardware upgrade with the 7 Plus as well.

Nokia 1 is rumored to be one of the first Android Go phones which will launch in March 2018. The company launched the 3GB RAM model in India previous year and now the Nokia 6 4GB RAM model is launched in the country.

The images show the Nokia 7 Plus spotting dual rear cameras, with Carl Zeiss optics for extra bite. In terms of hardware, the smartphone is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB onboard storage. For selfies, the device is said to feature a whopping 16MP sensor. With this offering, the company will be looking to mark its presence in the highly competitive entry-level price range. Nokia 7 Plus is expected to retail at around $500, which means it will be priced in the range of Rs 30,000.

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