The Nokia 7.1 Plus filtered in images: the notch and the double camera are protagonists

the notch and the double camera are protagonists

Nokia is starting to get into the car of new trends on Android, no matter how much it weighs. The new batch Nokia are liking, but all agree that they are phones that may appear to be too outdated. A new leak tells us about a new one Nokia 7.1 Plus That is coming.

Plus notch and more dual camera: this is the Nokia 7.1 Plus

In the new Nokia .1 that we are seeing we see that the pattern is repeated: notch, glass rear and a total loss of the previous design lines. This new filtered image makes it clear that this new 7.1 Plus will go the same way, in addition to its features.

The Nokia 7.1 Plus filtered in images: the notch and the double camera are protagonists

As we see, this mobile will have a small notch, a screen with very small frames and a metal edge that joins the glass back. We have the Nokia logo, the screenprint of Android One, the fingerprint reader and the double chamber, presumably Zeiss.

We will have buttons on the screen, and of course a clean software, with Android One and the guaranteed updates that this entails. It will presumably start with Android 8.1 Oreo base, and although no more features are known, it would not be surprising if it had more or less the same Nokia 7 Plus hardware, but changing the memories.

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This Nokia strategy comes to replace all the criticisms regarding design that have received their devices. They are not bad at all, but it is true that comparing them with the current average ranges, they are somewhat out of touch premium demanded by users and new design lines such as notch Fortunately, the deal with Google and Android One is still valid, making them mobile with one of the best software on the market.

No further details have been given about this terminal. We do not know the date of presentation or launch, but seeing the quality of these images, we assume that they are marketing images, which would indicate that the phone is closer than far.