MWC 2018: New Noa N7 Brings Ceramic Case Design and Improved Photos

MWC 2018: New Noa N7 Brings Ceramic Case Design and Improved Photos

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Croatian smartphone brand Noa will present three new models at this years Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. We already wrote about N1, while new N7 comes with more power while still maintaining very affordable price.

One of the most noted features will be the design. The phone is made in "royal blue" ceramic casing that indicates subtle elegance. Looking at the technology underneath, it is powered by 8 core Media Tek MT6750 processor with a 1,5 GHz frequency, paired with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, expandable up to additional 128 GB.

Noa N1 also comes with 18:9 ratio screen, 5,7" with HD+ (1440x720 pixels) resolution. The phone comes comes with a 3.300 mAh battery and will use Android 8.0 as operating system. N7 will feature two 16 MP back Sony cameras with an IMX 298 sensor, which enables the creation of photographs up to 80 MP using oversampling technology. The front 16 MP camera will support „Face ID“ and „Face Beauty“ functionalities.

New Croatian smartphone will be available in stores in Spring this year. It will be in the price bracket of up to 250 euros. Official presentation will be held at at MWC in Barcelona at Hangar18 booth at hall 6 on February 27.

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