After its debut at the MWC 2018 conference, the Nokia 7 Plus has been getting good ratings from users worldwide. HMD Global has decided to wow customers and compete fiercely in the smartphone segment.
Weighing about 183g, the Nokia 7 Plus was crafted exquisitely with fine aluminium of 6000 series and ceramic-coating, finished with copper edges, giving it an ambient look. It can come in a White /copper or black/copper combo colours, while the back has a tough plastic feel formed by the 6 layers of porcelain coat. An IPS LCD laminated screen featuring a very thin bezel and a 6-inch 18:9 panel display with FHD+ resolution.
Checking out the camera, the rear mounted camera consists of a dual camera of 12 MP with bright f/1.75 aperture and 1.4um pixels, with the front facing camera featuring a 16MP with f/2.0 aperture and 1.0um pixels, both with Zeiss optics. The front camera has the capability of taking wonderful selfies in low-light thanks to the in-built Smart Pixel Technology. The Bothie mode, Nokia’s specialty is also supported on the Nokia 7 plus where the user can capture photos or videos from the front and back camera simultaneously.
The Nokia 7 Plus runs on Android One, which is basically a stock version of the Oreo 8.1, with Snapdragon 660 chip and an Octa –core CPU installed to make users get the most of the 7 Plus without having to bother about any bloatware and assured of prompt updates and swift UI response. It comes with 4GB RAM and an in-built storage memory of 64GB, enough to store your personal data, install your desired apps that ensure you experience a seamless workflow while using your device whether you’re chatting on social media or charting a graph on your sales progress in the office. Nokia’s 7 Plus is up to the task and even supports secondary memory allowing a max of 256GB storage but usable on the sim 2 slot on your device.
Your communication needs are also catered for, as the Nokia 7 Plus has WiFi Direct and hotspot installed allowing you to share your network across your other devices. The latest Bluetooth 5.0 is installed with A-GPS and Nokia’s traditional NFC connection enabled.
Under the back cover, is a non-removable 3800mAh battery powering the Nokia 7 Plus and it supports fast battery charging with USB 2.0 accessory that comes with the device.
Overall, the Nokia 7 Plus has scored high in its aesthetic design, with good performance under high capacity usage and allows you get great snapshots amidst varying lighting conditions and with a price tag of about ₦141,000, I think it can be tagged a go-getter in its segment.