The Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 is getting nearby with a lot to unveil including the most anticipated duo of Samsung Galaxy S9 and something amazing by the HMD Global – the new home of Nokia. As we are less than ten days from the tech show, the leakers are busy in revealing stunning features of the upcoming devices.
We saw three official teaser video of Samsung highlighting camera features of Galaxy S9 this week. And now it is Evan Blass, a popular and trusted leaker, who has shared possible design features of the upcoming Nokia products – Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 1 in several tweets.
It is learnt that the Nokia 7 Plus could be the first Android One device by HMD Glaobal that is expected to be unveiled at the MWC along with an entry level device Nokia 1 at the end of month. Amongst those two, the Nokia 7 Plus looks quite different from other Nokia smartphone in terms of design features as the leaked image shows reduced bezels of the smartphone.
Leaked Image of Nokia 7 Plus
Nokia 7+, with Android One in tow pic.twitter.com/r5sbFUxsyx— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 15, 2018
The image of Nokia 7 Plus in white is superimposed by copper-like material on the buttons, camera and sides of the device. The popular Android One is stamped on the back that reminds the stock Android OS with frequent updates. You may also see a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner just below the camera lens; similar to second generation of Nokia 6.
Though, we don’t have much to share about other features of Nokia 7 Plus but it is rumoured to bring Snapdragon 660 processor under the hood powering up the device. Of course, there is an 18:9 display and dual rear Zeiss lens cameras. We anticipate to see memory combo of 4GB RAM and 64GB native storage.
Leaked Image of Nokia 1
Nokia 1 pic.twitter.com/LF9f25HByo— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 14, 2018
Evan Blass has also revealed an image of Nokia 1 that is rumoured to bring much more compact and simple design for being an affordable choice in entry level market. The device carries big bezels all around in black and red colour options.
It seems to integrate a single lens rear and front camera setup. The device is rumoured to run on Android Go that is specially crafted for entry level smartphones with 512MB or 1GB of RAM.
Stay tuned to know more about MWC 2018 and Nokia.