We live in times of hi-tech gadgets. Modern households are flooded with smartphones, tablets, and all different gadgets in varying shapes and sizes. People just can’t get enough of them. With every new launch of a smartphone in the market, the frenzy of people is a thing to witness. People book their phones even before the launch. The obsession with gadgets can be seen when a new, much-anticipated phone is about to hit the market. People go crazy looking up the launch dates, design details, software details, and specifications online. Nokia was one of the oldest cellphone company that brought us this revolutionary new technology. If you are in Spectrum Service Area and have a subscription to one of the packages, look up some of the oldest cellphones first launched by Nokia.
In a world obsessed with iPhone and Samsung, old Nokia users are glad that it has finally decided to switch to Android. The company has pleasantly surprised us with the announcement of launching Android-based smartphones. Nokia 7 Plus is one of those five phones that are going to be launched. In this blog post, we are going to tell you everything about Nokia 7 Plus that you essentially need to know.
We have already seen that Nokia’s recent phones are good-looking, minimalist, and well built. However, let us tell you that these 6-inches, economically priced phones are definitely going to stand out. The design comes with an aluminum case (powder-coated) wrapped around a frame of copper. Know that it is there to hide antenna lines to essentially improve reception and not just for the good looks. Color options are white and black and they expose the copper frames that highlight the side buttons, camera lenses, and fingerprint sensor.
We love the look already, with an attractive, uncluttered screen style and curved corners. There are two Zeiss camera lenses, vertically placed on the back of the phone, accompanied by a big flash unit. There is a headphone jack (3.5 mm) right on the top and a fingerprint sensor.
This phone has an Android One lineup and will come with Oreo 8.0. Oreo is Google’s essential version of Android, and is used in low power, low-cost smartphones. We have already seen some nice, midrange smartphones with Android One lately, such as Motorola Moto X4, Xiaomi Mi A1, HTC U11 Life, and so on. They all look promising. Nokia 7 Plus seems to join the league too!
Android One is going to make an uncluttered user experience for all the Nokia enthusiasts out there. This operating system means timely and frequent software updates, limited bloatware, smooth user interface and other perks. Nokia 7 Plus also features Dual-sight. First introduced in the year 2017, this technology allows users to use the rear and front cameras simultaneously.
Nokia 7 Plus is being called flagship for everyone, but know that it does not essentially pack flagship specifications. It features
- Snapdragon processor (660) midrange processor
- 64 GB storage
- 4GB RAM.
- External storage via a Micro SD card is supported.
- 2,160 x 1,080 pixels
- 6 inches LCD screen
- Fingerprint Sensor
- Dual Camera.
- Primary lens is 12 megapixels with a nice dual-tone flash.
- Secondary camera comes in 13 megapixels
- Front camera has a 16-megapixel in Zeiss
- Battery capacity is 3,800 mAH with a handy support for quick charging via USB-C.
Availability and Release
The Nokia 7 Plus was all set to come out in both the United States and the UK markets on May 2. It is now available for you to test and try. Since it’s still May (the first month of launch) buyers will also get their hands on a Google Home Mini (brand-new) along with the Android One. The phone made the formal debut in Barcelona, Spain at Mobile World Congress, 2018. HMD has announced the phone’s availability from April 18 in Europe, and will hit Africa and Asia soon.
Get the brand new Nokia 7 Plus for £349.99, €399, or $476. You’ll agree that it is an economical price for a smartphone with some nice specifications that we mentioned. For a price this affordable, you shouldn’t miss the chance of getting your hands on this amazing Nokia phone.
Live streaming, social media browsing, mobile-optimized Apps, and staying in touch with friends or family via Internet-based, have become a part of life for us. Having a nice smartphone and a steady Internet subscription go hand in hand. Therefore, once you get your hands on this brand new phone, you need to have a subscription to a smooth Internet provider to enjoy all the features and apps. Check out Spectrum Internet Prices, and subscribe to a package for wilder speeds and discounted rates. Welcoming Nokia back to the markets!