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.
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.
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