Nokia is seemingly brewing something carrying a "mega display", and there's a high chance it might be the Nokia 7.1
Plus. Let us give you the full scoop.
A couple of days ago, Nokia officially unveiled the US-bound Android One-powered Nokia 7.1
to the world, a totally not-too-shabby mid-ranger. One of the signature features of this devices was nothing else but its HDR10-compliant 5.84" display, which is not something we've grown accustomed to in the mid-range segment, especially at the $349 starting price tag. Aside from the display itself, the Nokia 7.1
remains a cost-conscious device with adequate hardware, including a Snapdragon 636, 3/4GB of RAM, 32/64GB of storage, as well as dual cameras at the front and back. As we said, all of this runs stock Android and will be available in the US.
The teaser in question was posted by Nokia's Indian branch and was since deleted, which could very well hint that the Nokia 7 Plus
or whatever device ends up getting that "mega" display will be an India-exclusive one. It takes little imagination to assume the company could have teased the Nokia 7.1 Plus that we've been hearing about in the past month or so. According to rumors, the Nokia 7.1 Plus will likely carry a 6.18" display, which is not exactly something we'd call "mega", especially in the wake of 6.5" iPhones
and 6.4" Galaxies
, but still, the upcoming phone would be a slightly bigger option for those unfazed by larger devices.
A screenshot of Nokia India's deleted tweet
The teaser was posted by Nokia's Indian branch and was since deleted, which could very well hint that the Nokia 7 Plus or whatever device ends up getting that "mega" display will be an India-exclusive one. This could be unfortunate for all those liking the overall Nokia 7.1 package, but craving for a slightly larger display to consume their media on.
As we know more, so will you.
source: @NokiaMobileIN via MySmartPrice