The affordable smartphone is where the real action is, with OnePlus and Honor battling for your cash around the £398 mark – and now Nokia has a real challenger that should have them both very worried. The Nokia 7 Plus offers up a huge screen and premium design at a mid-range price tag and it’s shaping up to be the most exciting Nokia mobiles of 2018. However, it slides in below the Nokia 8 Sirocco and Nokia 8 which launched alongside the 7 Plus at MWC 2018. But, the 7 Plus is well-equipped and it sounds like it’ll steal the hearts of those after a big screen on a budget. So let’s have a look at Nokia 7 Plus specifications, release date, price, and rumors.
The Nokia 7 Plus device was first announced at the MWC 2018, along with Nokia 8 Sirocco and few other Nokia devices. Firstly, it launched in India on April 4 and become available to pre-order from 20th of April.
And now, the device is exclusively available on sale all over India. Nokia 7 Plus release date in Australia has also been confirmed. The best budget Nokia flagship phone will be available all over Australia from 17th of May, 2018.
Nokia 7 Plus Price in U.K is around £349, which become available to pre-order from 19th of April. And if you are curious to know Nokia 7 Plus Price in Australia, the device is available to purchase at AU$649 outright. By comparing mobile phone prices, you can make your purchase cheapest. Select a best Australian retailer and make your Nokia 7 Plus buy as convenient as you want. If you are shopping from India, the new Nokia 7 Plus will cost you Rs 24,999 outright.
In terms of design, 18:9 screen is the main feature along with slender bezels making the 7 Plus look modern and sleek. Though the Nokia has maintained the thickness at 8mm, it’s the fairly heavy phone. Unfortunately, we haven’t been given a weight yet.
The Nokia 7 Plus boasts a 6-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display which looks great, and it’ll provide an excellent viewing experience especially for games and movies thanks to Nokia 7 Plus rumors. Despite it’s not quite as punchy as its AMOLED rivals.
The Nokia 7 Plus mobile phone is backed by a new dual camera system. It gives you a pair of Zeiss camera, and the second camera is designed to give you 2x optical zoom. It’s a lower spec camera than its rivals, and we suspect the zoom lens might not be as good in low-lit as the main camera.
Besides, it supports Nokia signature bothies, and interestingly, the app is packed full of functionality such as full pro features for those wanting a little more control. On the other hand, the front-facing camera doesn’t look extremely competitive, but it includes a pixel combining feature for low-light shooting which could result in some good quality selfies.
The Nokia 7 Plus is well-loaded in the power department as it features a Snapdragon 660 chipset and 4GB of RAM. Apps open quickly and navigation is quite smooth when moving around the Android 8 Oreo interface. It’s also rumored that Nokia has signed up all its new phones to Android Oreo which definitely guarantees the handsets Google’s next two considerable dessert updates and three years of security updates.
Moreover, 64GB onboard memory resides inside the Nokia 7 Plus, with a dedicated microSD slot allowing you to build on that with cards up to 256GB in size.
Promises of long-lasting battery, comparatively premium design, a big screen, and the reasonable price tag make the Nokia 7 Plus an appealing invitation. It would be much better if it goes on sale sooner than April. So, it can challenge the Xperia XA2 Ultra. But if you’re looking for a big screen smartphone right now that won’t break the bank, the 7 Plus is worth keeping an eye on.