Nokia mobile’s portfolio has continuously been expanding with the release of 2018 edition of Nokia 6 as well as the quiet launch of Nokia 7 over the last couple of months. Two more phones are arriving in the near future, and the recent leaks have revealed on Twitter many interesting details and insights.
One of these phones is going to be Nokia 7 Plus, which will be featuring dual cameras and is subscribed with Android One program. The other one is going to be ultra-cheap Nokia 1, which will be the cheapest smartphone by HMD Global that will be featuring the removable back panel.
Nokia 7 Plus in particular had arrived on the Geekbench many weeks ago, and it will be powered by Snapdragon 660 SoC along with 4GB RAM. It will also have 18:9 display screen along with a fingerprint scanner on the back. On the other hand, Nokia 1 will come with regular 16:9 screen and will have no buttons on the front side and there will only be a power and volume key on the side.