Feb 13, 2018

Nokia 7 Plus to Debut at MWC 2018 with FullView Screen and Full Glass Body

A new render for the rumored upcoming Nokia 7 Plus has come out and it looks amazing.

The Mobile World Congress 2018 at Barcelona is a prime choice to show off the latest and the greatest, and HMD Global isn't missing the opportunity. They will be there in Spain to show off the Nokia 7 Plus, a premium handset that should wow anybody who loves a beautiful design aesthetic. Some renders have surfaced to give us a preview of what to expect from the Nokia-branded phone.

You're probably already familiar with the Nokia 7 that was launched back in October last year. The Nokia 7 Plus is the upgraded version, but it retains the same good looks as its predecessor. The Nokia 7 has the distinction of Nokia's only glass chassis smartphone. These renders show a gorgeous phone with a black body and copper highlights glimmering through the glass. The renders are courtesy of YouTube channel: Science and Knowledge, and they've put their designers to good use rendering these images for us.

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The renders coincide with the leaked images we saw earlier this month. Unlike the Nokia 7, the new Nokia 7 Plus is expected to have a FullView display, which will make it doubly attractive to the eye. The actual body of the Nokia 7 Plus is said to be made of a mix of metal and ceramic, and it'll come in black and white colors.

The front display is said to be a 6-inch screen with FHD+ resolution, with small bezels on the top and the bottom. It will not have any physical buttons on the front face. The processor is said to be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, which is a step up from the Snapdragon 630 on the Nokia 7. The phone will also have dual-Carl ZEISS lenses at the back, one 13 megapixel, and one 12 megapixel, with 2x optical zoom and dual pixel technology. The front camera is 16 megapixels with f/2.0 aperture.

Pricing is currently unknown, but we'll find out exactly what Nokia has in store later this month in Barcelona. Until then, we'll keep our eyes on the news.