HMD Global is reportedly working on a new smartphone called the Nokia 1 Plus. The device was reported by Tiger Mobiles and is expected to be an entry level smartphone. Although not yet official, but details and specs of the upcoming phone have been leaked.
As per the specs, the Nokia 1 Plus, will pack a 1GB RAM, Powered by MediaTek MT6739WW chipset clocked at 1.5MHz. The phone will feature a screen resolution of 480 × 960 pixels and run on Android 9 Pie, most likely GO Edition. From the leak, the Nokia 1Plus will feature a graphic processing unit of PowerVR GE8100 with a frequency of 570 MHz.
It will have a screen density of Screen density 213 DPI and also support dual nano-SIM, connectivity. The other connectivity option includes GPS, Wifi, micro-USB, and Bluetooth. The screen size may be slightly bigger than the Nokia 1. HMD Global has scheduled an event for 24th February, so the company might introduce the device.