Review: Nokia 7 Plus White
After the review of the Nokia 7 Plus, we are fortunate today to have in our hands the beautiful white version of this model Nokia.
Announced officially in February at MWC along with 5 other products, the Nokia 7 Plus is the best of the five models in terms of keeping up new design styles. It doesn’t use a flagship processor, but has a beautiful 18:9 screen.
The body of the Nokia 7 is coated in ceramic, and the white version is polished to resemble the old Nokia polycarbonate: not smooth and slippery, but an absolute pleasure to hold in your hands.
Thanks to the ceramic coating in fact, the grip of the device is really firm and doesn’t smudge in the same way that other models have done.
In addition, Nokia has put a lot of effort into the design: a 6000 series aluminium alloy integrated frame and CNC diamond cutting process, which not only makes it look good but also provides strength and quality.
All the details are minute and spot on, and Nokia has used a copper color for the finishing touches.
In addition to the beautiful design, the Nokia 7 Plus uses Android as its operating system. It’s a very clean version; almost identical to native Android.
The processor is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage space.
Nokia has also re-inserted the professional camera interface in the 7 Plus, for its 12 MP and 13 MP sensors with ZEISS optics and 2x optical zoom.
In addition, the 3800 mAh battery gets 2 days of battery life and supports fast charging.