The phone is big – its screen stretches 6 inches across. It’s quite thin as well. Its dimensions are 158.4 mm x 75.6 mm x 8 mm. We’re happy to say that the device has some weight; this makes it feel more expensive.
The fact that it’s made from aluminum adds to the luxurious feel. However, the material can make it slippery.
You can pick it up in two colour options –black and copper or white and copper.
Looking across its sides, you’ll find a microSD slot. The fact that you can expand its storage is appreciated as it already comes with a lot of ROM. You’ll see a fingerprint sensor – it’s on its rear and is pretty snappy.
Of course, there’s a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The panel on its front is IPS LCD. It doesn’t produce super vibrant colours. However, the 7 Plus has a sharp display. Its screen resolution is 1080 x 2160 pixels. There’s a good screen-to-body ratio at 77.2%.
You don’t have to worry about damaging its front, you’re getting Gorilla Glass 3.
Out of the box, it runs Android 8.1. Thankfully, upgrading it to Android 10 would be possible. Android is powered through the Snapdragon 660 – it’s a processor fit for a mid-ranger.
Let’s talk about its RAM and ROM. You can purchase it with 64 GB of space, and 4 or 6 GB of RAM. As you can imagine, the 6 GB option would be more expensive.
The battery inside it is 3800 mAh. It’s nonremovable as the mobile’s rear is aluminum. You can expect the Nokia 7 Plus to last a little over a day. You’ll be attaching an 18 W fast charger to its USB-C port. The mobile fully charges in around 2 hours.
It’s not very thick as its battery is not large. You have to decide if this was a fair trade-off or not.
In terms of its camera, there is a dual set-up on its rear. It consists of a 12 MP primary wide lens and a secondary 12 MP telephoto lens. The set-up takes decent shots in good lighting. However, it doesn’t perform well in low-light.
What about its front set-up? There’s a single 16 MP shooter. It takes fairly good pictures in lit environments. Things don’t look that good in low-light, though.
Here’s what you came for:
The phone can be picked up for around Rs.65,000 islandwide. It’s a mid-ranger, however, it’s on the higher end of the mid-range price spectrum.
What Is The Current Nokia Price In Sri Lanka?