More images of the Nokia 7+ have leaked, and it should indicate the mid-range phone is launching very soon. It also seemingly confirms that previous leaks of HMD Global’s next mobile device have been accurate. HMD Global appears to be set on releasing an upgraded version of last year’s Nokia 7 with a tweaked design and improved internal components.
The leak shows the Nokia 7+ from various angles. Everything aligns with what we’ve seen before. HMD Global will implement an all-screen front with thin top and bottom bezels while placing a dual-camera setup and fingerprint scanner on the back.
If you’re interested in the phone, it looks like you’ll get to choose between black or white. Both color options include orange or copper accents.
As for specifications, not too much is known. It’s been speculated the Nokia 7+ will feature a 6-inch Full HD+ (2160×1080) display with 18:9 aspect ratio, a Snapdragon 660, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, 12MP and 13MP cameras on the back, a 16MP front-facing camera, and Android 8.0 Oreo. Previous leaks have also suggested the phone will carry Android One branding to indicate Google’s involvement in managing the software.
HMD Global should be announcing the Nokia 7+, as well as other products, at MWC 2018 next week. It would make sense considering several Android One and Android Oreo (Go Edition) devices have been teased by Google leading up to the trade show.