Images of the Nokia 1 and Nokia 7 Plus surface
Nokia started off the year on a strong note. The Finnish company released the Nokia 6 (2018) a month ago at CES, and may be set to follow up on it with the Nokia 1 and 7 Plus soon. A new leak by popular tipster Evan Blass has shown images of both devices.
Going by the leak, the Nokia 7 Plus will be an Android One device, and will launch on Android Oreo. That, of course, is a welcome development, considering the shenanigans associated with the Nokia 6 (2018)—the device launched on Android Nougat and received the update to Oreo just days after.
The images show the Nokia 7 Plus spotting dual rear cameras, with Carl Zeiss optics for extra bite. A rear-mounted fingerprint sensor sits just below the vertically aligned sensors. The front of the device houses some decently sized bezels on an 18:9 form factor.
The regular Nokia 7 featured a single rear camera, so its plus-sized sibling will be an upgrade in the camera department. The former was also powered by the Snapdragon 630 but its Plus version will likely get its performance juice from the more powerful Snapdragon 660.
The Nokia 1 is a subdued offering, and that shows here. It looks to feature a metal body, with single cameras at both the front and back, and no fingerprint sensor in sight. No surprises there, as it could be priced under US$80.
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