Nokia continues with its portfolio expansion following its addition of a 2018 version of the highly popular Nokia 6 and quietly launching a Nokia 7 couple of months ago. The company is about to release two more devices, and latest leaked press renders on Twitter revealed details – a Nokia 7 Plus is coming with dual cameras and will be on the Android One program. An ultra-cheap Nokia 1 is also on its way, and by the looks of it, the back panel might be removable.
The Nokia 7 Plus arrived on Geekbench several weeks ago with a Snapdragon 660 chipset and 4 GB RAM. The renders today support previous rumors of a tall 18:9 screen, a fingerprint scanner on the back, below the cam setup, coupled with dual-tone LED flash.
The renders also show two of the colors – Pearl White and Brownish that could be Black, depending on lighting, with both devices having orange accents.
The Nokia 1 is arriving with regular 16:9 ratio screen, with no buttons on the front, only a power key and volume rocker on the right side. One camera on the back with an LED flash and another on the front, next to the earpiece, will take photos, although we doubt they will have a massive sensor, given the phone is aiming to hit the low-end market. The back panels look plastic and might even be removable like plenty of affordable Lumia devices back in the days.