The first time we learnt of the Nokia 7 Plus was last year when the Nokia Camera app was unpacked. Inside the app was a list of Nokia phones, some of which have already been released and others that are yet to be announced. It was then followed by a Geekbench listing last week.
Today, more specification details have leaked online, providing us with more info about the upcoming device.
The Nokia 7 Plus is reported to pack a massive 6” display but one that should fit nicely in the hands thanks to an 18:9 aspect ratio. Depending on how soon it launches, the Nokia 7 Plus may be HMD Global’s first full-screen smartphone.
Unlike the Nokia 7 which has a single rear 16MP rear camera, the Nokia 7 Plus is said to have dual cameras in a 12MP + 13MP configuration with Carl Zeiss lens. For selfies, it packs a 16MP sensor also with Carl Zeiss lens and a professional shooting mode.
Other features mentioned include a metal body, a ceramic rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, 360° spatial audio technology (Nokia OZO) with 3 audio capturing microphones, 18W quick charge support, and Android 8.0 Oreo pre-installed with planned upgrade to Android 8.1.
There is no mention of the battery and storage capacities but thanks to Geekbench we already know it will be powered by the Snapdragon 660 with 4GB of RAM. Pricing is also not known but we presume it will begin at about $300 or more.