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The Nokia 7 was launched last year which means that now would be the perfect time for a refresh, especially with MWC 2018 around the corner. In fact there is a chance that its refresh could have been spotted on Geekbench in the form of the Nokia 7 Plus, which also hints at a possibly larger display.

The Geekbench listing does not reveal all the specs of the phone, and assuming it is true and accurate, we are looking at a phone that will be powered by the Snapdragon 660 chipset and accompanied by 4GB of RAM. There is no mention of how big the phone’s display is going to be, but the “Plus” in its name seems to suggest that it could be bigger than its predecessor, but exactly by how much is anyone’s guess.

Other than that the Nokia 7 Plus will most likely continue being a mid-range handset which could appeal to those shopping on a budget. Nokia has yet to confirm anything, but HMD Global did promise that they will be launching new Nokia phones at MWC 2018, but whether or not the Nokia 7 Plus is part of the lineup remains to be seen.

In the meantime we have been hearing rumors that there could be a flagship Nokia 10 in the works with a penta-lens camera. In any case take it with a grain of salt but check back with us during MWC towards the end of next month for more updates.

Filed in Cellphones >Rumors. Read more about HMD Global and Nokia.

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