As for the Nokia 1, it will be an entry-level offering, and is expected to be powered by Android Oreo (Go edition).
And now, Nokia 7 Plus has yet again been leaked online further confirming some of these features. Unfortunately, information on screen resolution hasn't been leaked yet, as pointed out by Phone Arena.
The back of the device houses the capsule-shaped dual camera module with dual-tone LED flash, and a circular fingerprint sensor placed below the camera. It looks to have a single lens rear camera and a front camera. Nokia 7 Plus, according to rumors, will run on Snapdragon 660, with other specs mostly similar with those of its predecessor, as well as 64 GB built-in storage.
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Last year, Sarvikas confirmed on Twitter that they will be upgrading all their Nokia smartphones, including the Nokia 3 to Android Oreo. Google's Android One logo is also emblazoned on the back of the device as seen on the leaked render. The live image, first spotted by Chinese tech blog VTechgraphy, shows Nokia 7 Plus from the front with a big display and a full-screen design.
Another Nokia phone may also be introduced.
It'll charge through USB-C but, perhaps, the most interesting speculation of late centres on the fact that the Nokia 7 Plus will be an Android One handset. It is a dual sim device with dual standby support.
This could be the super-low-end Nokia 1. It may also come with IP67 certification and might feature a 5.5-inch Quad HD OLED display and 3D glass layer on top of it.