Tuesday, 30 January 2018

Nokia Set to Launch Nokia 7 Plus With Improved Processor, Android Oreo, See detail

After being launched in October last year, Nokia 7 was available only in the Chinese market.

However, there are reports that HMD Global is planning to release the smartphone (or the 2018 model of Nokia 6) in the U.S. in a future date.
The handsets will support major carriers in the country, but CDMA networks support is improbable. To make them more competitive and appealing to the US market, the finish company may add and remove some features
An improved version of the Nokia 7 was spotted at Geekbench, dubbed “Nokia 7 Plus.” According to listing, the phone is powered by a better 1.8GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, unlike the standard model which uses Snapdragon 630 chipset. The device runs an upgraded Android 8.0 Oreo straight from the box, but packs the same 4GB RAM as with the regular Nokia 7 in terms of memory. That's all the specifications we fetched from the source.

If HMD decides to launch the improved version of Nokia 7, it will be available globally, not only In China. But it's still unclear whether or not the Finnish company will do so.

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