HMD Global, the company that currently designs and manufactures Nokia-branded smartphones in association with OEM Foxconn, has launched the Nokia 7 Plus in India. The new smartphone is priced at Rs 25,999 in India, and will be available for pre-booking from April 20 onwards through online retail partner Amazon India as well as Nokia-associated offline retail channels. The phone will go on full sale on April 30, and will be available in two colors: black and white. Both color options feature copper-colored accents and sides, adding to the aesthetic value of the smartphone.
The Nokia 7 Plus has a large 6-inch 18:9 aspect ratio full-HD screen, a dual-camera setup at the rear with two 12-megapixel sensors, and a 16-megapixel front camera. The camera setup enables 2x lossless zoom and depth-effect shots, and can also record video at 4K resolution. Here’s our gallery of the top features and design elements of the Nokia 7 Plus.
The Nokia 7 Plus is the latest smartphone from the new HMD Global-owned Nokia, and part of the growing range of Android smartphones from the much-loved brand.
With a 6-inch 18:9 full-HD IPS LCD screen, the Nokia 7 Plus has the largest screen of the new range of Nokia devices. The aspect ratio also ensures a high screen-to-body ratio.
The phone is available in two colors - black and white - with the former pictured here. You also get copper accents on both variants, along the sides and camera edges.
The Nokia 7 Plus comes with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, and follows the company's philosophy of providing current software to its users with quick and regular updates.
The version of Android Oreo on the device is near-stock, appearing almost identical to what you'd expect to see on the Google Pixel range of devices.
The phone is a part of the resurrected Android One program, where manufacturers offer devices with stock Android software and direct software support from Google.
The Nokia 7 Plus features the iconic Nokia branding at the back as well, right below the fingerprint sensor and vertically-positioned dual-camera setup.
The smartphone uses two 12-megapixel sensors at the rear, which enable up to 2X lossless zoom as well as depth-effect for bokeh shots.
At the bottom is the speaker grille and USB Type-C port for charging and data transfers. The device also comes with a quick charge 3.0 compliant charger.
All along the sides, you'll see the copper accent colors. The entire frame of the phone is metal, adding to the sturdiness and looks of the device.
The top of the phone features a 3.5mm jack, while the left has the hybrid dual-SIM tray, letting you use either two SIMs together, or one SIM card and one micro-SD card for storage expansion.