Chinese regulatory site TENAA isn’t always responsible for a ton of device leaks like the FCC in the States, but that doesn’t mean they can’t help drop some rumors every once in a while. This time the site is responsible for showing us the upcoming Nokia 7.1 Plus before HMD Global’s October 4th event in a few days.
The site lists several photos of the device, showing the official front, back, and side profile.
One thing you might notice, though, is that these photos look a little bit different from the previous Nokia 7.1 Plus leak. The camera hump is a little bit larger, and the camera housing is laid out differently with the LED flash sitting outside of the module instead of under the dual camera system. That could mean that one phone is the Plus while the other isn’t, or that other leak could simply be wrong.
The TENAA site does confirm a 2.2GHz CPU, up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, and a 6.18-inch 1080p display. I wouldn’t expect that processor to be a Snapdragon 845 or anything, but it’ll still likely be an upper mid-tier device.
The event will be held in a few days, so worst case scenario HMD Global and Nokia will be clarifying everything by the end of the week.