HMD Global, the maker of Nokia phones, is on fire this month for releasing new devices. The Nokia 7.1 was unveiled globally a few days ago. And then came the Nokia 3.1 Plus, the successor of the Nokia 3.1 with upgraded specs. This time, another midrange contender is coming to town to compete in the market.

Official Teaser Poster Revealed

After numerous leaks throughout the whole summer, it seems like the Nokia X7 ( Phoenix ) will finally see the light of day this coming October 16th. Nokia Mobile China have posted a teaser poster on their Weibo account to spice things up.

Nokia X7

Based from what we’ve seen in the poster, the device will come with dual ZEISS lenses. And if you look at the poster carefully, there looks like camera icons in the signages. On the left, you can see the ZEISS name, and next to it looks like a camera icon with arrows from both sides. Maybe it’s a hint for a wide angle lens on the Nokia X7? Now on the right side, we can see another set of camera icons, but we can’t make out what this two even mean.

About the Camera

First of all, the upcoming device was rumored to have the latest Snapdragon 710 and a notchless front panel. Based on the leaks, it’s paired with a dual 12mp+13mp ZEISS lenses. Photo samples of the Nokia X7 has also been spotted on Nokia Mobile China’s Weibo account. But unfortunately, a lot of them has been taken down, leaving us with this one photo sample from photographer Feng Xuan Scott.

Nokia X7

As you can see, the sample shot looks perfect in low light. From the poster down to this sample photo above, seems like the Nokia X7 is focused on low light photography. You can see how dark the environments look like.

So there you have it! Mark your calendars on the 16th and tune in to Nokia Revolution for more info about the official reveal of the Nokia X7. Are you excited for the upcoming midranger from Nokia? Let us know in the comments below.

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