Kochhar added that the Nokia 7 Plus is a true hero in the smartphone range, offering unprecedented design and innovative imaging capabilities.
There is indeed a screen cutout at the top, as well as a relatively small "chin" housing the Finnish brand's logo, while the fingerprint reader is mounted on the back, just below a dual camera arrangement with no Zeiss inscription in sight. It seems like the device will not have any additional hardware related to Facial Recognition. All these three devices are the successors to Nokia 6, Nokia 7, and Nokia 8 smartphones launched in 2017.
Available in black, the Nokia 8 Sirocco is already retailing in the UAE from 3 May at an average retail price of AED 2,399. HMD Global reinvented the Nokia brand and now offers a great variety of handsets from entry-level smartphones to higher-end devices. The device will boot Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and rumoured to come in two variants with different processors.
The phone comes with a 6-inch full HD+ display having an aspect ration of 18:9 along with peak brightness of 500 nits. There will also be a more affordable model with an Helio P60 SoC and 4GB of RAM. Internal storage of the device could go up to 128GB on the high-end version.
The Nokia 7 Plus operates in the premium budget segment and has fairly impressive specification to match its market positioning.
The Nokia X6 might not launch in India, but the company is yet to make an official confirmation on the same.