What motivates people to buy a specific model of the smartphone? It’s fair to say that few people pay attention to such things as the chances of getting a new update, the speed of the internal memory or the quality of the night shots made by the main camera. Most often the decisive factors when buying are the price, how much the product has been advertised, availability, and also the appearance. The latter factor can play an important role for the smartphone Nokia 7 Plus.
Nokia 7 Plus will be presented at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which will begin later this month. Despite the fact that there are still several weeks left before the event, we can now say a lot about the new smartphone HMD Global.
From the information that appeared a few days ago it follows that the new Nokia smartphone will have a 6-inch screen and a Snapdragon 660 processor with Adreno 512 graphics and 4 GB of RAM. The user data will be placed on 64 GB of internal memory, of which part will go to Android 8.0 Oreo. But it’s not scary – fortunately, Nokia does not refuse a slot for microSD cards.
An important element of this model is a dual camera with 12 Mp and 13 Mp matrices. An additional lens will offer a double optical zoom, and they both have the Carl Zeiss logo. The front of the camera is set to 16 megapixels. We still do not know anything about the battery’s capacity, only that the shortcomings in energy can be returned through the USB-C port, which supports the fast charging function.
There was also information on the price – of course, unofficial: 2999 yuan, that is, about 479 dollars. How much it will cost in our country, while remains a mystery.
The price of Nokia 7 Plus, this is not the most important thing.
It’s too early to talk about price. I would like to touch on another topic because I was amazed by one thing: ever since HMD Global took over the burden of producing smartphones with the Nokia logo, the 7 Plus is the first model I really like. Of course, the photos that you see in the article are not official, and it’s not even photos of the real product, but if Nokia 7 Plus will look like that, I’ll seriously think about buying it.
The design of the smartphone has in itself something of brilliant glass models of Samsung phones, but the amber borders and some details perfectly emphasize the shape of the body and individual elements. It can be seen that the designer paid attention even to the smallest details.
If the Nokia 7 Plus really does have this look, then it will be very difficult for me to resist the temptation to return to Nokia. And what can you say about this model?