The A8 phones are stuck in Nougat mode for the time being whereas the Nokia 7+ will be an Android One device. While the company hasn't said anything officially but Nokia 1 which is the most affordable smartphone of HMD Global, Nokia 6 (2018) and Nokia 8 Sirocco are devices that HMD Global is expected to introduce from the big stage.
Since HMD Global announced it was bringing the Nokia brand back to life and unveiled a bunch of new phones, culminating with the flagship Nokia 8, we've been waiting to see what the second act would bring during MWC 2018. Ahead of the launch, tipster Evan Blass has put out images of Nokia 1 and Nokia 7 Plus on Twitter. As you can see pictured above, the handset will boast a pair of Carl Zeiss cameras on the back, and it will reportedly feature a display with an 18:9 aspect ratio.
Previously leaks in a GeekBench listing spotted by GSM Arena indicated a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor with 4GB of RAM for the 7 Plus. In addition to it, we can expect the global variants of the Nokia 6 (2018), Nokia 7 and Nokia 3310 4G models as well. It's the lighter version of Android that is created to work on budget and entry-level phones.
Nokia 1 was previously spotted on the US FCC website, revealing it could come with a height of 133 mm and a width of 68 mm. For the Nokia 7 Plus, the date is Sunday, February 25, while for the Nokia 1, the date is Monday, February 26. It bears in 4 GB of RAM while the internal storage is untouched at 32 GB.
The Nokia 7 Plus, however, is expected to have updated specifications over the Nokia 7. The phone will allegedly come with 16GB of expandable storage. A rear-mounted fingerprint sensor sits just below the vertically aligned sensors. On the reverse side can be considered a dual camera with led flash. At the front of the phone, there will be a 16-megapixel selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture.