Nokia 7 Plus Phone Review
The Nokia 7 Plus smartphone has been reviewed. This phone is known as the no nonsense phone. The Nokia 7 Plus priced at Rs 25,999 claims to be a flagship for everyone.
How Nokia 7 Plus Performed In The Review
HMD Global stole the thunder by announcing a total of five phones. This happened at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. These five phones include the Nokia 7 Plus. The Nokia 8 Sirocco may be the company’s answer to the iPhone X and Galaxy S9. But it is hard to ignore the Nokia 7 Plus. The mid-end smartphone appears to be the company’s most interesting offering to date.
The Nokia 7 Plus is certainly a reliable phone. It focuses on practicality and functionality. The Nokia 7 Plus is powered by Android 8.1 Oreo. It is also the star campaigner of Google’s Android One platform.
Nokia 7 Plus Specifications
The phone has a 6-inch IPS LCD (2160 x 1080) 18:9 display. It also has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, microSD card support ( up to 256GB). Its features also include a dual rear camera set-up (12MP + 13MP), 16MP front camera, 3800mAH battery, Bluetooth 5.0, USB Type-C, and Android 8.1 Oreo.
Nokia 7 Plus Design, Display
A lot of emphasis has been made on the design aspect of the Nokia 7 Plus. The handset is made out of a single block of aluminum and coated with a “ceramic feel” paint. There are no antenna lines visible on the phone. Thanks to the 6-layer ceramic paint coating.
The unit came in the black color option. And the company went with the bronze, copper accents for the frame. The phone looks fantastic. And most importantly, the phone appears to be an expensive device. If only the company made the Nokia 7 Plus water and dust resistant.
The design of the Nokia 7 Plus reminds us a little of the Google Pixel 2 XL. With rounded corners of the screen and of course slightly thick bezels on the top and bottom. The volume rocker and power can be seen on the right side. On the bottom is a USDB Type-C charging port and a mono speaker.
Found on top of the phone is the headphone jack. On the left side is a hybrid dual-SIM tray. When you flip the phone, you will find a dual-camera system with Zeiss branding, a dual-tone LED flash, Fingerprint scanner and the Nokia logo. Its finger print scanner is assured to be fast, responsive, and accurate.
Because the Nokia 7 Plus comes with a 6-inch panel, the phone is great for watching movies and playing games.
Performance Of The Nokia 7 Plus Performance And Battery
Speaking of performance, the performance of the Nokia 7 Plus is more than satisfactory. The mobile processor is snappy, thus no lags or random crashes may be experienced. Apps load quickly and games work well in the Nokia 7 Plus.
Its battery life is one and a half day on a single charge, if you make it your primary device. Its quick charging support means it takes around 95 minutes for you to fully charge the battery and fill the phone from zero to 100%.
Its built-in mono single speaker is just fine for occasional YouTube videos. Not ideal for listening to music out loud though. There are three microphones built into the Nokia 7 Plus that takes advantage of Nokia’s OZO Audio Technology. This allows you to capture surround audio while recording videos.
Perhaps the best smartphone ever made by HMD Global, the Nokia 7 Plus is very well made, feels good in the hand, and performs well.