Nokia 7 Plus is an upgrade to the basic Nokia 7 device that was launched last year by the Finnish Start-up – HMD Global. The new device sees major upgrades in screen aspect ratio and camera region.
The upcoming Nokia 7 Plus is touted to be the first Nokia phone to have the new-standard 18:9 screen and the screen will stretch 6-inches across. The screen will sit underneath Gorilla Glass while the back of the Nokia 7 Plus will be made of aluminum and host a dual camera with Zeiss branding.
The camera will offer 2x zoom thanks to a “wide” 12MP and “tele” 13MP snappers. The cameras will be bolstered by Nokia’s Pro mode for fine shooting parameters control and will be able to capture “Bothies” with the aid of the front-facing snapper (said to be a 16MP one).
In terms of the design and body build, the Nokia 7 Plus was formerly seen in white color option with copper trim around the front and on the back elements. It appears the device will also be available in black color option with the same decorations as the white one.
The back of the black version is not glossy which is unlike the basic version (Nokia 7) that was served in gloss black and matte white versions. The aluminum is said to have a Ceramic texture and feel, meaning it should be less slippery than plain aluminum.
Also in the list of expected specs, Nokia 7 plus will be powered by a Snapdragon 660, as previously known, mated to 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage and a microSD slot. USB-C port with Quick Charging and Android Oreo out of the box are the other talking points.