Little more than a year ago, HMD resurrected the iconic Nokia brand. Since then it has launched 11 phones and sold more than 70 million of them.
Nokia 7+ design and features
The 7+ is constructed from a single piece of aluminium and as a result has a heft and density rarely seen at this price. The sides are straight and sharp – maybe slightly too sharp – and the back has a tough plastic feel.
The Nokia 7+ has a 6-inch, 18:9 display packs an FHD+ resolution and looks great. It’s sharp, colourful and surprisingly bright – a feature often lacking in the mid-range market. There’s some decent power inside too. A Snapdragon 660 runs the show, paired with 4GB of RAM, and there’s 64GB of storage plus microSD expansion up to 128GB.
The Nokia 7 Plus promises excellent battery life from its 3,800mAh power pack too, with two days from a single charge being quoted.
The camera has a 12-megapixel sensor and an f/1.7 aperture, while the secondary 13-megapixel sensor has telephoto capabilities for 2x zoom. On the front there’s a 10-megapixel selfie shooter, though Nokia claims these are ‘super pixels’. Each camera has been made in partnership with Zeiss.
Key Phone Specifications
Display: 6-inch FHD+ display | Processor: Snapdragon 660 | RAM: 4GB RAM | ROM: 64GB storage | Battery: 3800 mAh battery | Camera: 12-megapixel rear f/1.7 camera , 13-megapixel telephoto camera.
For these given phone specifications, I would say the phone is worth the price.