Something tells us that HMD Nokia’s going to be sticking to numerical values for their smartphones for a while — the company has just revealed the Nokia 7, a new mid-range phone that sits… well, between the Nokia 6 and the Nokia 8.
And in more ways than just the number order, too. The Nokia 6 sports a Snapdragon 430 CPU, the Nokia 8 has a Snapdragon 835, and the Nokia 7? That’s got a Snapdragon 630 processor at its heart. The rest of the specs are similarly middling, with a 5.2in 1080p display and 4GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB RAM/storage options being the hardware highlights.
There’s also a 3,000mAh battery, microSD support, and then a so-called ‘bothie’ camera. This is a feature that lets users take a single with the front and rear camera at the same time. The Nokia 8 has the same function, for some reason, but we daresay that some fun-loving people will get a kick out of it. The rear camera has a 16MP f/1.8 sensor and the front a 5MP f/2.0 sensor.
As to when we’ll see it… that’s something else entirely. The Nokia 7, like previous handsets, only has a Chinese launch date and pricing for now. It’ll launch in that country on 24 October before showing up elsewhere. Overseas pricing puts the phone into the R5,000 to R6,000 range.
Source: The Verge