Nokia 7’s Alleged Sketch Shows Off Features Ahead of October 19 Launch

Ahead of the launch on October 19, some sketches of the Nokia 7 has been spotted. We believe that this new device will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 SoC and will have such great features like OZO Audio, which is a great new thing. Remember that all modern Nokia devices are manufactured by HMD Global, which is also a Finnish company, similar to Nokia.

The design language that we observed from the sketch shows off essentially the same one which we have seen on other recent Nokia devices. We had earlier informed you that the Nokia 7 and the Nokia 8 would release soon. Onboard is a front-facing camera together with the earpiece as well as the Nokia logo sitting pretty right at the top. At the base of the device, we could make out the physical navigation buttons. On the right-hand side of the device, there are volume controls as well as the power on and power off button. On the rear panel, we can make out a primary camera which has the Zeiss branding. This comes alongside an LED flash. Just beneath the LED flash, we can also make out the fingerprint sensor.

Nokia 7
The sketch of the Nokia 7. Image obtained via The Mobile Indian

This means that the new Nokia 7 will have excellent photos and will be the one to own in case you are a photography aficionado. The Nokia 7 is also expected to arrive in three variants – one with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, another with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, and the most premium one will have 4GB RAM alongside 64GB of internal storage. All the three models may well be powered by the identical Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 SoC. We also expect the new device to be able to support and it is expected to support OZO Audio. Similar to the Nokia 8, the Nokia 7 is also said to have the Boothie feature.

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