The last time we heard of a good phone with Android One project in tow, it was the Xiaomi Mi A1. Now, we’re getting to see one from HMD Global as the Nokia 7+ gets officially announced at the press event in Barcelona. Nokia has just announced the Nokia 7+ along with a few other smartphones at the MWC 2018. The Nokia 7+ is a mid-range device from the company that will be replacing the Nokia 7 that was launched exclusively for China.
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The device comes with a 6-inch 18:9 FullHD+ display and has a dual rear camera setup with one 12-megapixel sensor and another 13-megapixel. The camera on the device comes with a Carl Zeiss lens along with dual LED flash. There is also a fingerprint sensor in the Nokia 7 below the camera module. The second camera in the device is a telephoto lens with 2X optical zoom. The front camera is a 16MP sensor with a Zeiss Optics lens.
The device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 octa-core processor and has a 3800mAH battery that gives up to 2 days of battery life. The device also supports Nokia Spatial Audio and the device runs on Android Oreo which is powered by the Android One program. The inclusion of the device under the Android One program means that the device will likely stay updated over time with frequent bug fixes, security patches and other updates from Google.