HMD Global continues in its quest to revamp the Nokia brand by churning out Android-powered smartphones with great features.
The Nokia 7 Plus is a mid-range phone that does better work than the typical budget phone. It boasts of a great camera, a battery life that’s above average (3800mAh), and a design that won’t feel inferior beside the much more expensive handsets.
Sporting a six-inch 18:9 full HD+ display, it’s big, bright and perfect for everything from web browsing and emails, to editing videos or expert framing of photographs, and although it’s not at the level of Amoled or Super Amoled displays, it doesn’t feel like a cheap throw-in either.
The Nokia 7 Plus on the inside has a Snapdragon 660 chip, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage – ensuring that it is very much capable of handling most tasks without a stutter.
The device runs an unmodified version of the Android One operating system. What that means is that since there are no bloated add-ons to deal with, it is much more secure as it’ll get regular security updates from Google.
At the beginning of this article I mentioned the great camera that comes with the Nokia 7 Plus. There’s a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a second 13-megapixel sensor with an optical zoom getting you closer to the action. While dual cameras are almost becoming a standard feature on high end camera phones, it’s nice to see it on a mid-range budget phone that actually works as expected to.
For what it’s worth, HMD Global offers a phone that gives value for money especially considering that it’s a budget phone.
The Nokia 7 Plus is a good bet that delivers on style, performance and camera features without having an overly expensive price tag.
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