We already know that the Nokia 1 will be part of Google's Android Go Program, but another surprise here is the Nokia 7 Plus, which is said to part of Android One program. Similarly to the Xiaomi A1 Android One phone we expect the Nokia 7+ to come with a camera app of Nokia's making. 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. Other likely specs include the Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of built-in storage along with a MicroSD card slot. What's interesting is that the Nokia 7+ will come with Android One branding.
Blass also tweeted two images of the upcoming Nokia 7 Plus. It's the lighter version of Android that is created to work on budget and entry-level phones. There is a front-facing camera on the top left corner and on the rear, the Nokia 1 has a single rear camera with a large LED flash followed by the Nokia logo and a small speaker grill at the bottom.
This comes on the heels of details about the Nokia 9 and a 2018 adaptation of the Nokia 6, as reported by Digital Trends, with a possibility of these models being announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona later this month.
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The specifications were leaked online ahead of the images but the specifications and leaks coincide to show us how the Nokia 1 will be. It bears in 4 GB of RAM while the internal storage is untouched at 32 GB. Perhaps the biggest upgrade is the departure from 16:9 aspect ratio display in Nokia 7. There's a dual rear camera setup with 12MP +13MP sensors, one of which enables 2x optical zoom.
This could be our best look yet at the Nokia 7 Plus. The front camera will be a 16MP unit with "Tetracell" technology.