Upcoming Nokia 7.1 Plus leaks out again in new 360-degree renders
Kicking things off with a few details that were unclear up until now, the new renders confirm that the smartphone does indeed sport a USB Type-C port towards the bottom. Moreover, positioned to its right is a bottom-firing speaker, and to the left is a microphone. Working our way up the left side of the smartphone, there appears to be a SIM card slot. And towards the top of the device, a 3.5mm headphone jack is included alongside yet another microphone. Lastly, looking at the right side of the frame, an elongated volume rocker and a power button are present.
As revealed yesterday, the front portion of the smartphone is adorned by a large display complete with a chin down below and a notch up top. Thankfully, this notch does serve some functionality as it’s home to an in-ear speaker and a front-facing camera. Speaking of which, this is coupled with a vertical dual-sensor setup on the rear that boasts ZEISS branding. Also featured on the rear is a circular fingerprint scanner.
According to the latest information, the Nokia 7.1 Plus will be the first device by HMD Global to ship with the Snapdragon 710 on the inside. This is then set to be joined by 128GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM. Also, thanks to the Android One program, stock Android 9 Pie will be on board.
The Nokia 7.1 Plus is set to be announced at HMD Global’s October 4 event. Presumably, sales will then commence shortly after.