According to a report from TNW, the mobile device manufacturer unveiled the Nokia 7 Plus, which is the company's first-ever Android One phone offering. The device features a 6-inch IPS Full HD+ display with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. The display is protected by Gorilla Glass 5 Protection.
RAM, Storage, Battery & Other Features - Moving to the RAM & Storage. The native storage of 8 GB can further be expanded with the help of a microSD card slot. Run by Android Oreo 8.0, the phone has been priced at €749 and goes on sale in April 2018. If that was not enough, the iconic phone will include LTE support across Europe with dual-SIM versions available. On the front, you get a 2-megapixel fixed focus selfie camera. The duo is stacked in a vertical direction and is accompanied by a dual-tone LED flash and Zeiss optics. There's also a new Pro Camera mode so you can manually adjust white balance, focusing, ISO, shutter speed and exposure compensation separately.
Many Android smartphones now offer full-fledged pro camera modes which enable users to tweak advanced settings in order to take the flawless shot. There is also 5 mega pixel front facing camera with 1.4 um pixel size.
The Nokia 8110 will also offer the ability to synchronize your calendar, email, and contacts out of the box. It has 2 mics for better communication.
Well, the Finnish company hasn't revealed the exact date but Sarvikas has confirmed that the entry-level smartphone would receive the new firmware.
The Nokia 7 Plus comes in two colors - Black/Copper and White/Copper - and will be available from early April at a global average retail price of €399.
Nokia launched its own camera application in 2013 for Windows Phones and Microsoft later rebranded the application to the Lumia Camera. This phone has been launched in MWC event in Barcelona on 25 February.