Nokia 7 Plus review

In my Nokia 7 Plus review, I take a look at this tall, slim smartphone that is packed with camera features.


Nokia 7 Plus design



The Nokia 7 Plus has a 6-inch display that is longer and thinner which is the trend that most new smartphones are following. This taller design has a couple of advantages. The first is that the phone fits into the palm easily as it’s the same width as a phone with a 5.5-inch display. The second advantage is the increased rows of pixels which displays more of a web page making or gives a widescreen viewing experience when watching videos.



The Nokia 7 Plus is constructed from a single piece of 6000 series aluminium. This has been precision crafted with diamond cut edges and includes a ceramic feel coating.


The phone measures 7.99mm and comes in two colours, Black and Copper or White and Copper.



Nokia 7 Plus Features


The Nokia 7 Plus has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor under the hood and 4GB RAM. This delivers a speedy performance when launching apps or running different things at once.



On the back of the phone is the fingerprint sensor which sits in the natural position of your index finger when holding the phone.


There is 64GB of internal memory on board and the card slot can be used for up to an additional 256GB if needed.



The Nokia 7 Plus is an Android One phone, this ensures that the operating system doesn’t slow the experience down or consume excessive amounts of battery.


Regular security updates protect the phone from malicious attacks and you get guaranteed OS upgrades for next two years.


The Android Oreo OS is on board and this includes Android Instant Apps which gives you the use of apps without having to download the full app. Google Assistant

Keep is on board for taking notes and Google Duo is included for video calls.


The Nokia 7 Plus has a large 3,800mAh battery which can give up to two days of battery life.


Nokia 7 Plus Camera



The Nokia 7 Plus has a Dual Sight camera. That has a 13-megapixel lens for 2x optical zoom and a 12-megapixel wide angle lens that has been designed to capture detail in both bright and low light conditions. The Live Bokeh Mode allows you to refocus and blur the background, in real time.


The camera also includes a dual tone flash, slow-motion video recording and Nokia spatial audio recording that uses three microphones.



The 16-megapixel selfie camera includes Dual Selfie, this allows you to capture the person behind and in front of the phone. Dual Video allows you to do the same and use either a split screen or picture-in-picture layout.




The high-quality feel of the phone, combined with the excellent performance and superb camera functions make this a real winner. Nokia fans or smartphone photography lovers will be very happy with this smartphone.




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