The unreleased Nokia 7.1 Plus renders have leaked out on the internet giving us a comprehensive look at how the device may look like. These renders also confirm that HMD Global seems to be working on the Nokia X7 for the Chinese market. It is likely that HMD Global will follow the naming convention that it introduced with the Nokia X5 and Nokia X6 to market the Nokia 7X as the Nokia 7.1 Plus in the international market. The renders also indicated the hardware features that HMD is planning to add in the 7.1 Plus including the dual camera setup on the back of the device and the display notch on the front of the device.
According to an exclusive report by MySmartPrice, it looks like the Nokia 7.1 Plus will come with a metal frame on the sides with a glass front and back. The device will come with a narrow notch, similar to what we saw in the Nokia 6.1 Plus with an FHD+ panel with 1080×2280 resolution, and 19:9 screen aspect ratio. The front of the device will come with a thick chin at the bottom and the device will pack a power button and volume rocker on the right side of the device.
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The back of the device will come with a dual camera setup with a Carl Zeiss branding along with a fingerprint scanner at the middle of the device. The back of the device will also come with a Nokia logo in the middle along with an Android One branding at the bottom of the device.
According to the report, the device is expected to sport Snapdragon 710 with up to 6GB RAM and up to 128GB internal storage. The device is also expected to support 18W fast charging along with Android 9.0 Pie out of the box. This comes days after the front panel of the device leaked out on the internet. However, the previously leaked front panel did not sport a notched display.