NOKIA 7 HEADED TOWARDS CHINA Finnish company HMD Global has announced a new phone, Nokia 7, which is headed to China. The company has described the mid-range phone as one wrapped in 7000 series aluminum chassis with diamond-cut beveled edges and a 3D glass curvature back. Well, it seems like Nokia is following the footsteps of Samsung and Apple in putting glass on the back. The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor. The mid-range device is also equipped with 4 gigs / 6 gigs of RAM and runs on Android 7.1.1, that is, Nougat and could be upgraded to Oreo as claimed by HMD. Other features of the device include a 5.2 inch LCD Screen, Zeiss imagine tech, that allows low light photography. It’s also equipped with Dual-Sight tech, with which we can have a “Split-Screen visual”, just like Nokia 8. Speaking of the shooters, the phone got a 16 MP on the rear and 5 MP on the front. The rear cam is said to be able to record videos in 4K resolution at 30 frames (per second). As to the storage, it comes with 64 GB worth of space that can be expanded to 128 GB via external micro SD. The phone is set to be released in the market on 24th of October and would be available in Gloss Black and Matte White.