Nokia, the company which came back from the dead, offered us some decent budget-oriented devices in 2017. Nokia 7 Plus is an upgraded version of the Nokia 7, which was launched in China last year.
The Nokia 7 Plus was spotted on the GeekBench listing recently. The listing points towards a device which is under works and is being tested for a global launch at the MWC event next month. It’s not the first time we are engaging with a Nokia 7 Plus leak. Recently, a leak about the aforementioned device was seen in the APK of the official Nokia Camera app.
The yesteryear launched Nokia 7 packed 4GB/6GB RAM and was priced at 2,499 Yuan (approximately Rs. 25,000) and 2,699 yuan (approximately Rs. 27,000) respectively. Whereas, the successor to the Nokia 7 will most likely pack in 4GB of RAM and will run on Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. The most unique feature of the Nokia 7 was most probably the ‘bothie’ feature which would allow the user to take video/photo with both the rear and front camera at the same time. It’d be fun if they can bring this feature back.
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According to the GeekBench listing, the upcoming smartphone from Nokia, that is the Nokia 7 Plus, will be a more amplified version of the previous model. Unfortunately, not much has been revealed from the listing. An official announcement is yet to be made by the company. Nokia 7 Plus is not the only device which will be unveiled at the MWC 2018. Nokia 9 and the Nokia 3310 (4G) will also be joining the queue.
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