Nokia 7 Plus Hong Kong – The Solid Middleweight Contender
Former mobile phone kings - Nokia is trying to make a comeback in this smartphone era and regain its former glory by releasing their own line of devices. Nokia’s recent efforts have shown that the brand has the potential to be a formidable force and the Nokia 7 Plus is on the front line. The Nokia 7 Plus is one of the brand’s latest mid-range devices that come with respectable features, which is good enough for the brand to ring the alarm bells of its competitors. Despite not boasting top-notch specifications, the Nokia 7 Plus still has plenty to offer, especially considering that it only costs about half of a flagship model. Find out more about the phone’s key features below.
Nokia 7 Plus Design
Based on its aesthetics alone, it is easy to mistake the Nokia 7+ as a flagship device. The phone’s body is designed from a single block of 6000 series aluminium, giving it a premium look and feel. The rounded edges also make the phone more comfortable to hold, making it perfect for video and game marathons. Its ceramic-coated rear not only adds to the overall visual appeal but improves grip which prevents the phone from slipping. For audiophiles who refuse to ditch their wired headphones, you’ll be glad to know that the phone comes with a 3.5mm socket.
Nokia 7 Plus Display
The 6.0-inch IPS LCD display panel takes up the majority of the phone’s front. Despite still having small bezels at the top and bottom of the display, there is still enough screen real estate for playing games and watching movies. Boasting a 2,160 x 1,080p resolution, the display gives off accurate colours and sharp details. Nokia has also made sure that the display is protected against scratches and marks by coating it with Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
Nokia 7 Plus Cameras
Another impressive feature on the Nokia 7+ is the pair of Zeiss optics on its back. These rear cameras comprise of a 12MP wide-angle camera with a f/1.75 aperture and a 13MP telephoto lens with a f/2.6 aperture. In well-lit environments, the camera takes colourful and detailed shots while maintaining good exposure. The camera also applies bokeh to your photos, meaning that they apply the same blurred background effect you see in photos taken by DSLR cameras. On the other hand, the 16MP camera at the front takes detailed selfies which you can instantly upload onto your social media accounts. There is also a “dual” photo mode which enables users to capture yourself and your surroundings by combining snaps taken by the front and rear cameras.
Nokia 7 Plus Battery Life
If a phone with stamina is what you’re looking for, then the Nokia 7 Plus HK is for you. It packs a massive 3,800mAh battery pack which gives the phone enough stamina to last through a hectic day of replying to emails, updating social media, and playing occasional games and videos. The Nokia 7 Plus also supports Quick Charge, which effectively reduces the time needed to recharge the battery to maximum capacity.