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Nokia 7 coming to India later this month, Gets Listed on Romanian Retailer Website

HMD Global launched the Nokia 7 smartphone in China in October 2017 since then it has been exclusive to China only, but according to a recent report of NokiaPowerUser, the smartphone will be launched in India by the end of January.

The report also suggests that the smartphone will be exclusive to Amazon.in. One of the readers of Nokia power care has revealed that the customer care department of Amazon has confirmed to him that Nokia 7 will be launched in India by the last week of January and might be priced between 19,000 – 20,000 Indian rupees.

In China the Nokia 7 is available in two variants – the Base model which is available at 2,499 Yuan (Rs. 24,600) while the high-end version is available for 2,699 Yuan (Rs. 26,500).

According to some more reports, HMD Global is planning to launch the Nokia 7 in European countries also by February. The smartphone has already got listed on Quick Mobile a Romanian retailer for £325 ($392) with 24 months warranty and will go on sale from 17 January.

Nokia 7
The Image is showing Nokia 7. Image Courtesy: theandroidsoul.com

Regarding specs the Nokia 7 is having a 5.2inch IPS HD display (1920×1080p) Protected by the Corning Gorilla glass 3, Snapdragon octa-core 630 chipsets with 4GB/6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory expandable up to 128GB via a micro SD card. The device runs on Android 7.1.1 out of the box with Android 8.0 Oreo update coming soon as promised by HMD Global.

The Nokia 7 is made up of 7000 series aluminum chassis along with diamond-cut beveled edges not only making the phone durable but also stylish.

Coming to the camera, the device has a 16MP rear camera with an f/1.8 aperture and a dual tone LED flash. To the front, it’s having a 5MP camera with f/2.0 aperture along with a 3,000mAb battery. One can record 4K HD video at 30fps with Nokia OZO audio technology using the Nokia 7. One can also record using both the front and the rear camera simultaneously, using the feature known as ‘Bothie.’

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