At MWC 2018, HMD officially released the Nokia 7 Plus as a new super mid-range smartphone with tons of incredible features. Actually, there are too many selling points, but when looking at this handset, we understand how hard the company has worked to come in with such a design.
The packaging looks like other Nokia models after HMD acquisition. Nokia’s older slogan was connecting people, and there was an interesting photo symbolizing this slogan. But once this brand was acquired by HMD, it made a rebranding. Now Nokia’s photo has changed.
On the top of the box, we can find the phone’s name of Nokia 7 Plus. There is also Android robot on the lower side. It hints at the presence of Android 8.0 out of the box.
The Nokia 7 Plus comes with the trendiest feature of an 18:9 aspect ratio 6-inch screen. The chin and forehead are narrowed a lot. So the visual impact is better. There is a printing with NOKIA on the upper right corner.
The frame is made of metal. It comes in bronze giving a high value to the phone. Moreover, the frame passes through 6 coating + diamond cutting + two-color anodizing processes. That’s why its making process is extremely difficult.
The main body is made of aluminum alloy, but thanks to a 6-layer coating process we have a feeling of ceramic. This is one of the factors affecting its pricing.
On the back, we also have a dual-camera using Zeiss optics. The dual-camera comes with wide-angle + telephoto lenses. The rest of features include a Snapdragon 660 chip, 3800mAh battery, facial unlock, and many more.