The Nokia 7 Plus will be available in the UK in black and copper 8211; we8217;re not getting the white and copper option for now. The 7 Plus starts life as a solid lump of aluminium, before getting six layers of paint to give it a ceramic feel. It8217;s also a pure and unsullied Android Oreo handset, with no added apps or services apart from the camera app.
The Nokia 7 Plus8217; main selling point is its large 3,800mAh battery that Nokia says this will give a couple of days of use. It8217;s an upper mid-range device with a 6-inch full HD+ display (boasting an 18:9 aspect ratio) so it8217;s not to be sniffed at in terms of size 8211; or power for that matter, as it runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 platform.There8217;s also gets a Zeiss dual-camera system, the same pairing that Nokia has put in its flagship-rivalling Nokia 8 Sirocco.
In our Nokia 7 Plus review we said 8220;the Nokia 7 Plus is one of Nokia8217;s biggest phones, physically. And, arguably, one of its most important phones. It8217;s positioned towards the middle of Nokia8217;s pack, offering a little more than the Nokia 6.1, but not reaching up to the flagship Nokia 8 grade.
8220;There8217;s a lot to like: there8217;s plenty of power for the price, while battery endurance is respectable and fast-charging certainly useful. The pure Android One software is great to use.8221;