When the Nokia 7 was launched, it was a phone that was limited to China, but word on the street has it that HMD Global might have a new Nokia 7 Plus smartphone in the works that could hopefully find its way to other markets. According to a post on Baidu (via NPU), additional specs might have been leaked.

According to the latest leak, it “confirms” that the phone could pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset which is what we had heard previously from benchmarks. It also seems to hint that the phone could come with a dual-lens camera on its back, with a 12MP + 13MP combo with a Zeiss lens with 2x optical zoom.

We’re also looking at a 6-inch 18:9 display, although resolution was not mentioned. It will also pack 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage with support for microSD, Gorilla Glass, an aluminum frame with a glass or ceramic back, and support for quick charging. It sounds like a pretty decent device, although we can’t be sure if the Nokia 7 Plus will launch stateside or will continue being exclusive to China.

In any case we should find out soon enough as HMD did previously promise that there would be “awesome” Nokia-related news to share at MWC 2018.

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