With the help of HMD Global, Nokia have been getting a lot of attention with its Android based phones. This has also made Nokia sold over 4 million smartphones over the last quarter of 2017, making a good position for it in the Android market.

Interesting Nokia 7 Plus with tall 189 screen and Nokia 1 leak out HMD Global Expected To Launch Two New Phones This Year At MWC

It’s been a while since we last heard about new upcoming Nokia phones. Which includes the expected Nokia 7+ and Nokia 1. HMD Global still hasn’t confirmed the existence of these two new upcoming phones. But with the recent leaks from Evan Blass, we now have a lot more information on these two new phones.

Among the two the Nokia 7+ seems to be the first Nokia phone. That would features a large display with rounded corners. The screen on the Nokia 7+ will be 6 inches in length that will be based on the new 18:9 aspect ratio. Though the resolution for the phone is not confirmed yet, but it shouldn’t be more than FHD+. The Nokia 7+ is also expected to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage and a 3.5mm headphones jack. The inclusion of the Snapdragon 660 seems highly unlikely, because Qualcomm just announced the Snapdragon 670. A powerful and more efficient version of its predecessor based on 10nm node.

Nokia 1 HMD Global Expected To Launch Two New Phones This Year At MWC

Aside from that the Nokia 7+ will also sport a dual Zeiss camera setup and a finger print scanner, with Android One logo. Meaning the next Nokia phone will be running stock Android out of the box, making it all the more interesting to see. As for the Nokia 1, the phone is expected to ship with a 720P display, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The phone is also expected to run on Android Go Edition, which is a light version of Android.

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Both these phones are expected to see the light of day this year on Mobile World Congress 2018.

 

 

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