Nokia 7 Announced With Newly Added Feature For Taking “Bothies”: Here you go with another much awaited smartphone device from Nokia as Nokia 7 has been officially announced during a press conference organised by HMD Global & the same is introducing an unique “Bothie” capturing feature for the users. The smartphone features a 5.2 inches of LCD display having a resolution of 1080p. Another new member in the family of Nokia’s Android smartphone line up will just arrive to China within few days as said by the company.
Forget Taking Selfies, Now Capture “Bothies” With The Latest Nokia 7:
With the Nokia 7, the company has sticked to the LCD display again, having a resolution of 1080p. It also features a rear camera of 16 MP with f/1.8 aperture with dual tone flash & at the front it has a 5 MP wide angle selfie shooter & as the company claims the Nokia 7 will also feature the Dual Sight Technology. This will allow the user to take pictures & record videos with the front & rear cameras at the same time, thus capturing the dual side of the story i.e commonly named as “Bothies” by Nokia. This is not happening for the very first time as Samsung has already done that with its Galaxy S4 far back in 2013.
The device is made up with the combination of Glass & Aluminium & has been powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 630 processor. Backed up with a battery of 3000 mAh seems enough for a 5.2 inches of smartphone device. The Nokia 7 will be available with two different configurations to choose from, one with 4GB RAM & other having 6GB RAM, although both will be having 64GB of internal storage besides an option for expansion via microSD slot.
Talking about the software part, the Nokia 7 will be running Android Nougat & as assured by the company it will be upradeable to Android Oreo. The device will cost about $377 for the 4GB RAM configuration while for the 6GB model you will have to pay about $407. Availability of the device will start from 24th of October in China & there is still no information for other markets to be getting the newly arrived from Nokia.