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Nokia 7 makes ‘bothie’ photos more affordable

HMD Global has revealed its latest Nokia-branded handset, the mid-range Nokia 7.

Sitting above the Nokia 3, 5 and 6, but beneath the flagship Nokia 8, the new Nokia 7 features 1080p LCD screen with the Snapdragon 630 processor and up to 6GB of RAM.

The headline feature is probably the presence of the “bothie” camera from the high-end Nokia 8.

The tool enables users to take photos and videos with both cameras at the same time and annotate them after the fact.

It’s ideal if you want to to capture you own reaction to a scene, or to put yourself in the picture with a group of friends, for example.

Nokia 7

As for the cameras themselves, the rear camera is 16-megapixels with an f/1.8 aperture, while the front-facing camera has an f2.0 aperture.

For folks who fancied the bothie feature on the Nokia 8 but didn’t want to pony up for the Nokia 8, the Nokia 7 might be an option.

Related: Nokia 8 review

While the Nokia 8 is £499, the Nokia 7 will be priced at just below £300, judging by the Chinese cost.

HMD Global is including a 3,000mAh battery with up to 128GB storage that can be expanded via microSD.

The phone goes on sale in China on October 24, but there’s no news on the UK/US availability yet.

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