Nokia 7 Plus users personal information was in danger
Well, people have a lot of confidence in Nokia, but you may be surprised to know that personal information of Nokia’s smartphones was being saved on the servers present in China. It has been revealed in a Norwegian website report. Let’s say that the license to manufacture and sell Nokia phones is now with Finnish company HMD Global.
A Norway website, NRK has revealed in its report that personal information of Nokia 7 Plus users were being sent to China. The Information sent to China’s servers included information like mobile number, location, the serial number of the phone.
HMD Global has been accused of violating the rules of the data after this report has been revealed and the data protection and investigation agencies of Finland have also started investigating it. At the same time, after the charge, HMD Global said that it has not shared the data of its users with any agency or third party app, as far as this data leak is concerned, it was due to a problem in the phone’s software. is. No one can be identified with leaked data due to this problem.
It has been said in the report that the personal information of users was sent to China through the vencent.net domain and the investigation of this domain has revealed that this domain was connected to the China Internet Network Information Center. At the same time, Nokia has refused to say anything on this matter. Let’s say the Nokia 7 Plus was launched in January last year.
Price and Specifications of Nokia 7 Plus
Nokia 7 Plus includes dual sim support, Android Oreo 8.1, 6 inch full HD plus display, Qualcomm Octa core Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB RAM (Random Access Memory), 64 GB of internal storage, 13 megapixel dual rear camera, 16 megapixel front camera, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS / A-GPS, NFC, USB Type-C (2.0), 3.5mm and 3800mAh battery. The initial price of Nokia 7 Plus in India is 25,999 rupees.