There is not much doubt about the existence of Nokia 7+ from HMD Global. After repeated leaks that included press photos and hardware specifications, we now have the first real picture with the phone. It seems that in 2018, Nokia moves to the modern design that most companies have begun to adopt over the past two years, with large screen and thin margins, with Nokia 7+ being the first of a series of such devices.
The image with the phone does not give us much details in addition to what we already know but confirms that Nokia 7+ really exists and that most of the information we have received so far with reference to the exterior design are true. What we can see quickly from the photo is that the power and volume buttons have moved a little lower than the previous 2017 models, that Nokia branding remains on the front in the upper right corner and that the fingerprint sensor he is still on the back.
If we had not seen pictures with Nokia 7+ so far, we could have assumed that the fingerprint sensor could be integrated into the display, but it is not the case. It will be positioned on the back, under the camera, in a central position.
At the hardware chapter, the information previously available suggests we will have a mid-range premium chipset with Snapdragon 660 chipset, Full HD + screen, dual camera with 12 and 13 megapixel sensors, and the ability to add a microSD card to expand storage space. It will also be the first Nokia smartphone to launch Android Oreo at the factory, which suggests that it will support Treble, a Google program that provides faster updates
Official information about Nokia 7+ may come out of the weekend, with many companies announcing press events for the day before the Mobile World Congress official launch