The Nokia 7 Plus rumors and leaks have been popping up for quite some time now, and while we're waiting to see if the phone will launch at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) later this month, a concept design of this handset surfaced. The Nokia 7 Plus concept comes from a YouTube channel called 'Concept Creator', a YouTube channel that has dropped quite a few smartphone concept designs in the last year or so.
Now, if you take a look at the embedded video down below, you'll be able to see the aforementioned design. It's worth noting that this design is based on leaks, so if it seems to you that the phone resembles those leaked renders, well, you're spot on. In fact, considering that the device leaked a couple of times thus far, we pretty much know what to expect from it, and since this concept is based on leaks, chances are that the real phone will resemble it quite a bit. This handset is made out of metal and glass, it seems, like it comes with a vertically-aligned dual camera setup on the back, and a rear-facing fingerprint scanner. A 3.5mm headphone jack is placed on top of the device, while all of the device's physical keys are included on the right side of the device. The dual camera setup protrudes on the back a bit, while a dual-LED, dual-tone flash is placed right next to those two cameras. Carl Zeiss branding is included on the back, along with the cameras, and the company's branding is placed on the back of the device as well.
If you take a closer look at the device, you will notice some interesting accents around the phone's dual camera setup, while its frame color also differs from the rest of the phone, though only when it comes to non-black variants of this concept phone. When it comes to the phone's front side, its bezels are quite thin, while the phone's display sports rounded corners. Top and bottom bezels are noticeably thicker than the device's side bezels, but still, if the real deal ends up looking like this, it will definitely sport the thinnest set of bezels of any Nokia-branded device thus far.