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, 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, 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
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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