Images have surfaced of what would be the Nokia 7+, a smartphone from HMD with Android One. All Nokia’s with Android from last year have a light skin and quick updates, but the 7+ would be the first Nokia within the Android One program.
The images @evleaks put online, show the Android One logo on the back, a logo that did not appear in previous images of the device that came online. The difference is presumably that the 7+ gets Android One for western markets and not in China.
The 7+ will reportedly have a 6″ 18:9 display and run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660-soc. The dual rear camera has maximum resolutions of twelve and thirteen megapixels, and is equipped with Zeiss lenses. secondary camera should make ‘optical zoom’ possible.The front camera with a maximum resolution of sixteen megapixels has Samsung’s Tetracell technology on board.The software takes information from one pixel and four pixels around it to be able to take a good photo in low light.
Besides the 7+, @evleaks also shows toont A picture of the Nokia 1, presumably the cheapest smartphone in HMD’s lineup. Nothing further is known about that smartphone. HMD, the manufacturer that releases Nokia smartphones, has scheduled a press conference on the eve of the Mobile World Congress telecom fair in Barcelona. The renders of the 7+ show the date February 25, which corresponds to the date of the event. That is why it is obvious that the manufacturer presents the devices there.