Back in October 2017, HMD Global has launched a mid-range smartphone called Nokia 7 for the Chinese market. However, the company has yet to make it available in other markets until now but all is not lost though. As it turns out, HMD Global is also working on another device called Nokia 7 Plus based on the new renders released by the prolific leaker, Evan Blass.
The specs of the device is not yet known at the moment but quite a number of things are very apparent from the leaked renders. For example, the Nokia 7 Plus is equipped with an 18:9 full screen display as well as dual rear camera that were crafted through HMD Global’s partnership with Zeiss.
Another factor that made the upcoming Nokia 7 Plus rather interesting is that it will be released as an Android One device as reflected by the label on its back. Since all Nokia smartphones from HMD Global is already running stock Android, we do wonder how Android One will change things around.
Additional information from the rumor mill pointed out that the device is likely to be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 as well as up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. With MWC 2018 is just around the corner, we expect this device to make appearance over there.