Several sources have leaked practically all the info (when we combine everything) about the upcoming Nokia X7. So let’s start from the info posted by the most official source possible – Nokia Mobile China.
Nokia Mobile China posted on Weibo two new posters teasing the tomorrow’s announcement of Nokia X7. On the first poster we can see that the X7 will feature a notch, while the other poster reveals the back and sides of the phone in the blue colour, with a silver frame. You can check more Nokia Mobile teasers for the Nokia X7 in a previous article here.
Before adding new info, let’s remember that few weeks ago TENAA, the Chinese regulatory agency that needs to test the phones before giving a green light for sales start in China, posted pictures and basic specs of the X7. On the pictures we could see how the phone looks, but they don’t show the real look in a matter official renders do. So, today a lot of renders appeared online. From Slashleaks, all over Twitter etc.
Doing a reverse image search, the source of some of the photos seems to be Gearbest, a online store that is already selling the Nokia X7 for 300 euros, and they have all the specs, up too. Down below, you can check some of the photos posted at Gearbest’s Nokia X7 store page, and please try to ignore the huge Gearbest stamp.
Apart from the Blue and Red (Officially “Cinnamon”) version, Nokia X7 should be available in Silver (“Steel”), too. The silver Nokia X7 was posted by Suomimobiili.fi today, alongside the Blue and Cinnamon one.
The full specs of the phone should look like this:
Size: 154.8×75.76×7.97 (mm), 185g
Colors: Cinnamon (Red), Gloss Steel, Gloss Midnight Blue
Display: 6.18-inch, 2246×1080 pixels
3400mAh or 3500mAh battery
CPU: Snapdragon 710 (8 cores @ 2.2GHz)
Rear camera: 13MP + 12MP
Front camera: 20MP
Memory: 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM, 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM, microSD up to 400GB
So, in less than 24 hours we will know the full official story about the Nokia X7, including the official price and hopefully a global release date. The event starts at 16.30 CST (China Standard Time) and that’s 10.30 CEST, 14.00 IST or 4.30 (am) EDT on 16th October.