Nokia 7 Plus with Android One unveiled at MWC 2018

The Nokia 7 Plus has finally been shown off at MWC 2018 as the budget-friendly device from HMD Global that will launch in select markets in April for €399.

Building on what was shown off in the Nokia 7 Plus, the device sports an 18:9 Full HD+ 6-inch IPS LCD panel wrapped in a premium chassis built from 6000 series aluminium making the device feel like a high-end device.

The Nokia 7 Plus joins the Nokia 8 Sirocco in the Android Go initiative that aims to bring bloatware-free Android devices with a focus on a consistent software experience and timely update. Being part of Android Go helps to deliver swift and consistent security updates and unify the Android version across different devices.

The Nokia 7 Plus features a Snapdragon 660 processor with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and what HMD claims is 2 days of battery use with average use. There’s also a dual-camera on the rear of the device with a 12-Megapixel and 13-Megapixel telephoto sensor. The front-facing camera is a massive 16-Megapixel with a new Pro camera mode for those who like more granular control over the camera settings.

For those who want a premium feel device at a low-cost price then the Nokia 7 Plus is a great device that aims to put Nokia back on the map in the Android smartphone market.

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