One of the devices we expect from HMD Global is Nokia 7+, a model we've seen in various leaks last week. For the first time, however, we have very clear press photos of the device, which revealed some very interesting details about them. Probably the biggest surprise is being included in Android One, providing a completely clean operating system with no bloatware and quick updates
Nokia 7+ will be the first device produced by HMD Global based on the new modern design with thin edges and Full HD + display in 18: 9 format. Rumors say the phone will integrate a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB storage, and a dual-camera system on the back. It will use a 12-megapixel sensor and a secondary 13-megapixel zoom lens with ZEISS's optics. On the front, the camera integrates a 16 megapixel sensor.
The exterior design seems to be in line with the Nokia 2017 series with curved lines at the edges, a headphone jack on the top and a USB Type-C port at the bottom. Photos show the device with a white or gray back and orange accents around the display, buttons and around the fingerprint sensor and the camera. I have seen in the past a similar design on the Nokia 6 (2018) model, launched in early January in China
The images were launched on the Internet by Evan Blass, known for information-based leakages from safe sources. He also published images with a new entry-level model from HMD: Nokia 1, a smartphone equipped with Android Go
Both devices are expected in the Nokia press release, which will take place at the end of the month at MWC