The Nokia 7, on the other hand, sports a 16:9 display with the fingerprint sensor at the back and it's pretty obvious that a 18:9 display will force the fingerprint scanner to be moved to the back. Now ahead of the MWC, official renders of Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 1 smartphones have surfaced online, courtesy Evan Blass. The phone runs Android 8.0 out of the box. If this is accurate, this would mean a significant upgrade from the Snapdragon 630 that's inside the regular Nokia 7 from previous year. The rendered Nokia 1 images suggest a single camera lens at the rear along with an LED flash and a smaller 4-inch display in the front. Nokia, of course, has been pretty quick to launch new Android updates and keep up with monthly security patches, but with Google's help, things can only get better.More news: Vladimir Putin meets Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino to discuss World Cup
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The Nokia 1 will come in various colour options like the good old Lumia phones. Since all Nokia smartphones from HMD Global is already running stock Android, we do wonder how Android One will change things around. It is said to be a low-end handset, so we can't expect much on specification front.More news: Blue Apron puts EBITDA breakeven on table for late 2018
The leaked render for the Nokia 7 Plus shows that the device will arrive with thin bezels and a display with rounded corners. The volume and power buttons will be placed on the right-side while the 3.5mm headphone jack will be at the top. From the images, we can now be certain that the phone will indeed come with dual cameras powered by Zeiss. There's the Nokia 1 which is another entry-level device. Last year, HMD Global resurrected the iconic "Nokia" brand with the launch of Android-based smartphones, at MWC, and this year too the company is expected to unveil more than three devices. The smartphone is expected to have 1GB RAM and 8GB storage space.