Nokia 7 Plus review: The perfect mid-range smartphone

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The first was unveiled in MWC 2018 in Barcelona, ​​Nokia 7 Plus was named as a mid-range device in Nokia Phone's 2018 portfolio of HMD Global. A few months down the track and here is our full Nokia 7 Plus review.

After the "Pure and Updated Android" pitch last year, the company has now adopted the Android Wanacross Board. The trusty stock Android experience combined with a reliable specification letter looks nicely on Nokia 7 Plus paper.

With many new releases, the Nokia brand is being resurrected under the new patron HMD Global, thereby creating a lot of consumer attention in the process. 

The design:

High scores on the Nokia 7 Plus aesthetics. It enhances orbits and looks very beautiful. The copper pronunciation of the phone - the stripe that runs along the edges, buttons, and camera modules and rings around the fingerprint scanner - it actually stands.

Nokia 7 Plus has an 18: 9 display that dominates the front of the phone, there is a small chin down and Nokia branding at Bezel at the top. From rounded edges makes the phone nice and comfortable to catch. The soft matte finish and ceramic coating on the back feel a good touch which will help prevent the phone from getting out of your hands.

The camera module goes a little ahead behind the back, but the copper trim has the possibility to save the lens from taking the scratches.

Made from a block of 6000 aluminum series, the Nokia 7 Plus looks solid and well-built. At 183 grams, it is a bit heavy, but the weight is distributed quite well.

Overall, the Nokia 7 Plus is a well-built smartphone that shows premiums over its price. There will be no doubt that many people are messing up in the coffee shop.


The Nokia 7 Plus displays a 6-inch IPS LCD Full HD + display with a 18: 9 aspect ratio and 402ppi pixel density. This is the first device in the Nokia portfolio to adopt a new trend of a long display.

Overall, performance is very good. It is quite vivid and viewing angles are very good. For LCD, the dark colors are so deep that you will make it almost mistake for the OLED panel. If you prefer more true life colors, then you can get Nokia 7 Plus a bit overrated. Personally, I like it. Unfortunately, the display is not very bright, so the sunlight is not extraordinary, though it is not terrible.

The touch response on Nokia 7 Plus is correct and is running its thumb in the display during scrolling while providing instant feedback. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 is also available for scratch protection.


Expandable up to 256 GB with MicroSD card powered by the latest mining Octo-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset with Adreno 512 GPU, Nokia 7 Plus Pack 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. With just the default app running in the background, 2.7 GB RAM is available at any point.

Snapdragon 660 is one of the most powerful SOCs for mid-range smartphones, management of flagship-grade performance on budget using the CRE1 260 core built with the 14 nm finet process.

Combined with Stock Android, it makes Horse Power Nokia 7 Plus a solid artist. You can throw it without breaking sweat. It can handle graphics-intensive games on maximum settings without being too hot during game play for a long time.

Nokia 7 Plus packs in a huge 3,800 mAh battery, which will easily last up to one and a half hours of medium use. Even with my aggressive use, I managed to take it during the day because almost 20 percent of the juice was still left after dinner. In our standard HD video loop test, it managed over 13 hours.

Once the battery is over, Nokia 7 Plus supports instant charging 3.0 faster charging. Bundle charger can charge the phone from zero to 100 percent in less than two hours, which is very good for high capacity batteries. When charging, the phone gets a bit hot.

At its price point, Nokia packs 7 plus solid interiors and improves most smartphones with old Snapdragon 600-series processors. It can easily be handled daily for most users and provides a smooth Android experience.


One of the few things about the features of Nokia 7 Plus is that it has a spatial audio capture with three microphones, which is very useful for content creators and many video recorders.

Nokia 7 Plus is a dual-sim device that is playing hybrid tray slot so that you can either use two nano-sims or nano-sim and microSD cards.

The fingerprint scanner on the rear works quite fast, though it is located slightly more space for my taste. If you have small hands, you are likely to have some difficulty getting in comfort.

The camera:

Nokia uses a dual camera setup on the back with the Plus 7 Plus Plus Optics. There is a 12 MP primary lens with F / 1.75 aperture and 1.4μm pixel size, which has an F / 2.6 aperture and 1.0μm pixel size with 13 mp telephoto lens.

The Nokia 7 Plus camera manages to take some great images in daylight with crisp colors and good volume detail. The camera often took some time to focus and the action shots were blurred.

For portraits or Bokay shots, the telephoto lens blurs the background well and it is good to find the edge. The telephoto lens provides 2x reckless optical zoom, even if you need it to have a 10x digital zoom.

In the case of low light, some noise crawls. But thanks to the F / 1.75 aperture, the camera manages to catch light in good volume. Using pro mode and fixing the settings gives very good results. Dual-tone LED flash is not superpower and helps to maintain natural skin tone and white balance.

On the front, there is a 16 MP camera with F / 2.0 aperture and Zeus optics. In most of the swallow, there is very good color reproduction and adequate detail to keep your good feed happy. In beautification mode there is a slider to adjust for the digestive level you digest.

The previous camera supports video recording of 4 at 30 fps (front camera supports 1080p video recording). There is no optical image stabilization, and automatic electronic image stabilization works only in 1080p mode. But it works quite well, and combined with OZO audio technology with local recording capabilities, Nokia 7 Plus manages to capture some great videos

The Camera app on the Nokia 7 Plus is similar to the same Nokia that was introduced in the day with the Lumia series. It provides an intuitive way to reinforce the settings in real-time results. There is also a double vision mode, which is first marketed as "body", which allows you to stream shots or record and stream and simultaneously stream video using both cameras and back. 

This is an interesting option for vloggers, or if you have children and pets at your house but for most others, it is unusable.

The camera on Nokia 7 Plus is very good, but it's not right. A Nokia phone is expected to have a little more brightness in the camera department. He said, there is no showstoping problem and it is a very good camera at its expense - and there is nothing that can not be improved in software updates or two.


Nokia 7 Plus
Display6.0-inch LCD
2,160 x 1,080 resolution (Full HD+)
18:9 aspect ratio
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 660
(64-bit octa-core, 2.2GHz)
GPUAdreno 512
CamerasRear: Dual 12MP and 13MP telephoto with PDAF and Carl Zeiss optics

Front: 13MP f/2.0
IP ratingIP54
SoftwareAndroid 8.0 Oreo
Dimensions158.4 x 75.6 x 7.9mm
With the support of Nokia 7 Plus Project Treble, the stock comes with Android 8.1 Oreo. There is no optimization and there is no type of bluetooth. It's a minimal Android experience outside the box. The Android One device will also get an upgrade in Android P along with regular security updates.

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