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Nokia 7 Plus Spotted on GeekBench With SD660 & 4GB RAM

The Nokia 7 Plus which appeared in Nokia’s unreleased camera app has once again surfaced online, this time on Geekbench. The leak from Geekbench confirms that the phone will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660 and will come with 4GB of RAM and Android Oreo out of the box.

The Nokia 7 Plus is the bigger variant of Nokia 7, which was launched last year with 5.2 inch Full-HD display and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 630. In our opinion, the better screen and processor alone show that the Nokia 7 Plus is a worthy upgrade from is smaller brother Nokia 7.

Nokia 7 Plus spotted in GeekBench
Nokia 7 Plus spotted in GeekBench

In the benchmark results displayed above, the smartphone scores 1636 in the single-core test while the score for the multi-core test stands at 5902 and is running on Android 8.0 Oreo. No more information is available at this time regarding this phone.

Also Read: Latest Price Of Nokia Smartphones In Nepal


While it not expected that the Nokia 7 Plus will make its debut at the Mobile World Congress, there’s a possibility that the company could announce the phone at MWC for the global market given that Nokia 7 is still China exclusive.

The company is likely to launch its next flagship phone — the Nokia 9, among others at MWC 2018. The Finland-based company is also expected to announce Smart Home products at the February 25 press event.

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