Nokia 7.1 Plus With ‘Mega Display’ To Launch Soon
Nokia India teased a smartphone with a ‘mega display’ on its twitter account recently. The phone could be the Nokia 7.1 Plus, the successor to the recently launched Nokia 7.1. Nokia was however quick to take down the tweet shortly after it was posted, hinting that it may have not been intended to be showcased, yet.
The device will feature a 6.18 display. This will be an IPS LCD screen with an FHD+ resolution. The device will be powered by a Snapdragon 710 chipset and has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. There are also rumours of a higher, 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variant.
However, judging by the recently launched Nokia 7.1, we can expect the same ‘Pure Display’ technology and Zeiss camera setup. The Pure Display gives the device an HDR display and also converts all your content into HDR in real time. It also had a Zeiss camera setup. This makes for better camera performance, according to the company.
Since the Nokia 7.1 Plus is the successor to the Nokia 7.1, it will carry more updates than just a bigger screen. HMD Gobal is aiming to make a comeback into the smartphone market with its mid range line-up. The company faces fierce competition in this segment and needs to ensure they hit the right chords with buyers. The device is said to launch on October 11.