A large 6inch screen, brilliant battery life, premium design and reasonable price makes the Nokia 7 Plus a tempting smartphone. The Nokia 7 Plus presents a widescreen and premium design layout at a mid-range pricing. It slides in beneath the Nokia 8 and new Nokia 8 Sirocco, which was launched close by the 7 Plus at MWC 2018. The 6-inch full HD+ screen with an aspect ratio of 18:9 is the central draw here, ruling the front of the telephone, yet you also get a Snapdragon 660 chipset, 4GB of RAM, a 3,000mAh battery, and the same camera module from the flagship Nokia 8 Sirocco.
Design and Display
The Nokia 7 Plus is enormous, and Nokia claims its thin bezels on either side of the screen make it likely to use with one hand. Its 158.38 x 75.64 x 7.99mm measurements accent its extensive size. However, the phone is built slim and ergonomically to counter this huge size. The edge of the 7 Plus is machined from Series 6000 aluminium unibody, and the back panel has been covered in six layers of ceramic paint. That means the back is not made of any metal, instead, the coating is based on plastic.
That aside, it feels premium in the hand, and the accent shading that circles the device's boundary, camera, screen and unique mark scanner is a shrewd look. The back-mounted finger scanner falls pleasantly under the index finger, while the power/bolt and volume keys on the privilege of the handset are anything but difficult to reach. Not at all like the more premium Nokia 8 Sirocco, the Nokia 7 Plus comes with a 3.5mm earphone jack enabling you to plug the earphone into the handset without the requirement for a connector. The 6-inch full HD+ IPS LCD display looks incredible too, and we expect it'll give a fantastic experience while watching videos and games. It's not exactly as punchy as its AMOLED equals, however.
Performance and Specifications
With a Snapdragon 660 chipset and 4GB of RAM as the powerhouse, the Nokia 7 Plus is all around prepared in the performance division. There is also a 64GB capacity dwelling inside the 7 Plus, with a microSD space enabling you to expand on that with cards up to 256GB in estimate. Applications run swiftly and the general course is smooth while moving around the Android 8 Oreo interface.
Nokia has assigned all its new device to Android One, which ensures the phones, Google's next two software updates and three years of security patches. It implies that the Nokia 7 Plus has a strong life expectancy in front of it. This additionally implies you get the stock variant of Android, as Google planned it, giving you a clean and whine-free interface with no skin on irritating pre-introduced applications acting as a burden.
The back cameras on the Nokia 7 Plus are promising, as it's the same dual-camera setup up as you get on the more superior Nokia 8 Sirocco. That implies there's a 12 MP primary sensor beside a 13 MP zooming focal point enabling you to produce Bokeh photographs (where the background is obscured). On screen and the camera, the application is additionally all around loaded, with a Live Bokeh mode enabling you to alter the level of background defocus prior to capturing your shot, and a Pro mode enabling you to change the scope of settings. On the front, there's a 16MP selfie snapper as well.