Nokia 7+ will be an Android One smartphone, renders leaked


Android One devices run an unmodified version of Google's mobile OS, meaning less bloatware and (hopefully) more frequent software updates. HMD is yet to come up with a confirmation regarding the existence of these smartphones but their alleged photos have been leaked by Evan Blass @evleaks.

However, neither leak mentioned Android One - Google's stock Android experience that provides a phone uncluttered by manufacturer layers or apps.

Unlike the Nokia 7 which was only available in China, the Nokia 7 Plus is rumored to arrive in the United States and other global markets this year.

HMD Global has been doing quite well in selling Nokia Android phones and the company is showing no signs of stopping. The Nokia 1 reminds us an old-Nokia Asha phone, while the Nokia 7 Plus looks stunning with an 18:9 display on the front. First, there's the Nokia 7 Plus. Rumors have hinted that the smartphone will feature a 6-inch display, but the resolution is unknown.

Nokia 7 Plus is rumored to be launched with a Snapdragon 660 processor paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage space.

HMD will most likely position the Nokia 1 as a budget-friendly option for developing markets.

Another Nokia phone may also be introduced.

If we talk about Nokia 6 (2018), which is recently launched in China.

Since it is now said to be an Android One device, it will be running on the latest Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box without no bloatware. The charging port is of the USB Type-C variety, although there's no word as yet when there is a 3.5mm audio jack or not. It's the lighter version of Android that is created to work on budget and entry-level phones. The front-facing camera has a whopping 16MP and, along with the rear dual camera setup, is tuned by Zeiss. In terms of specifications, Nokia 1 could come with an HD IPS display, 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage.