Considering Google originally devised Android One as an operating system for entry-level phones for emerging markets, you'd think it'd be ideal for the Nokia 1. The Nokia 7 Plus will sport a 6-inch 18:9 aspect ratio display with latest Gorilla Glass protection on top.
Notably, the Nokia 7+ will be an Android One smartphone which means you will get stock Android (likely Android Oreo) with timely updates for at least two years. Ahead of the launch, tipster Evan Blass has put out images of Nokia 1 and Nokia 7 Plus on Twitter.
Dual rear cameras are also in play this time, and if previous speculation is to be believed, the Nokia 7+ will have an upgraded Snapdragon 660 processor with 4GB of RAM. While a lot of them are ready for the cookie update, Nokia seems to be thinking of using Android One.
From the render, we can see that it has a potentially removable plastic back cover and a single lens camera with a flash.
Both these renders also feature front-facing cameras and also reveal their launch dates on the lock screen, which happens to be 25 and 26 of this month.
The Nokia 7 Plus is shown in white in the image with orange accents around the dual rear camera.
The Nokia 1 is expected to come with an HD display of unknown size.
This seems to be the first instance where we have seen renders of the rumoured Nokia 1 from a credible source. It bears in 4 GB of RAM while the internal storage is untouched at 32 GB. The Nokia 6 had the crown until now, but very soon, the Nokia 7 Plus will take it.
The most notable thing here, though, is the Android One branding. As for the front of the handset, it features a 16-megapixel sensor with Tetracell technology. The phone will allegedly come with 16GB of expandable storage. Below the setup will be a fingerprint sensor.