Going into the details of the Geekbench listing, the Nokia 7 Plus will be powered by the Snapdragon 660 chipset, an upgrade over the Nokia 7 which comes with Snapdragon 630 chipset. Nokia 7 Plus smartphone has now been spotted on the GeekBench website.
The Nokia 7 Plus is also shown as having Android Oreo, while the original Nokia 7 is still on Android Nougat.
The phone achieved single-core benchmark score of 1636 and multi-core benchmark score of 5902.
By comparison, the Galaxy S8 delivered scores of 1955 and 6430 respectively while the Huawei P10 Plus offers a score of 1885 and 5806 respectively. However, there might be a 6GB of RAM variant as well, considering the fact that Nokia 7 arrived in a 6GB RAM variant too. Among the new models, the Nokia 9 is expected to be the new flagship offering by the Finland-headquartered company.
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HMD Global also came out with a version with 6 GB of RAM and the fact that the Nokia 7 Plus is the big brother, it is not a stretch that it will come with an edition with that bumped-up memory as well.
The Nokia 7 sports a 5.2-inch Full-HD LCD display, and, has a 16 MP camera at the back along with a 5 MP camera on the front. The sketches have revealed that the device may have a Penta-lens camera, or one with five lenses.
With such a large camera module on the back, it will be interesting to see how the smartphone maker will introduce a decent sized battery and position the fingerprint sensor as well. At the MWC 2018, we might finally see the Snapdragon 660 powered smartphones coming to the other markets. Nokia 7 Plus is an upgraded version of the Nokia 7, which was launched in China previous year.
The smartphone is said to come with 4GB of RAM. It seems that the company is planning to launch a bunch of Android Smartphones under Nokia brand in 2018.
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