The Nokia 7 Plus has been shrouded in mystery up until now, with very little known about the upgraded version of the Nokia 7. This situation might be in for a change since a Baidu leakster has posted a couple of slides about the smartphone revealing a number of details.
For instance, it seems the Nokia 7 Plus will be HMD Global’s first phone with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The 6-inch screen apparently has a FHD+ resolution and features borders at the top and bottom. There’s a new dual-tone design with the added flair of the dual camera ring, fingerprint scanner ring, and Nokia logo.
The Nokia phone will probably get carved out of aluminum and layered over with ceramic or glass at the rear and Gorilla Glass up front. A Snapdragon 660 processor may be found inside, working in partnership with specs like an Adreno 512 GPU, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of ROM, and Android 8.0 Oreo.
In exciting news for Nokia fans who miss its old camera interface, it looks like the Nokia 7 Plus will have a Pro Mode to allow for more advanced photography options. They’ll get to take advantage of that through a 12MP + 13MP lens setup capable of up to 2x optical zoom. A f/2.0 16MP snapper will handle selfies and bokeh-enhanced portraits.
Both the front and rear cameras will work together for Nokia’s signature Bothie feature. Carl Zeiss is once again partnering with the company for the lenses. Even Samsung might be involved, possibly providing its sensors equipped with Tetracell technology. The feature combines 4 pixels into one when a photo is processed to improve quality.
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The Nokia 7 Plus might start at a EUR 350 (approx $436 or Rs 27950) price tag. It could make its debut at the MWC 2018 on February 25.