We've heard a lot about the upper mid-range Nokia 7 Plus, and now we've also seemingly had a close look at it, thanks to some leaked renders.
Shared by the generally reliable leaker @evleaks (opens in new tab), the renders show the phone in both white and dark shades, both of which have orange accents around the dual-lens camera and rear-facing fingerprint scanner.
You can also see it has a super-widescreen, probably 18:9, display with small bezels and comes rocking Android One, which means you'll get a pure version of Android.
The design matches earlier leaks, so could well be accurate, and it's not the only Nokia leak.
The same source has shared renders of the Nokia 1 (opens in new tab), a phone we know little about but is sure to be bottom-end. In these renders it has a small screen, big bezels and a curvy shell.
Close to a confirmation
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Most interesting of all though is a response to the leaks from Nokia Mobile, which, in a reply to a complaint about the design, said "we're sorry you feel that way" and then specifically mentioned "the new phones", rather than dismissing the leaks, which seems pretty close to a confirmation that they're accurate.
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