irfan850007, 05 Jul 2018Hello. should i buy this beauty in a beast? i have no interest in mobile photography or filmin... moreThen this is the perfect phone for you because I ran games like PUBG and shadowgun legends without a hiccup because of the powerful Snapdragon 630 and the build quality is more than impressive. Battery life is solid, loud and clear speaker and regular andoid updates for 2 years. Go for it it's a great smartphone and value for money.
Hello. should i buy this beauty in a beast? i have no interest in mobile photography or filming; but i do play games. My places of interest on which i cannot compromise is: great battery life, fast charging, decent game play (i love lags that comes once in a while), solid tank built (confirmed and verified at my first glance), able to use a phone for about over 2 years, black colour only, one 500 ml pepsi or coke, one McDonald's meal. That's it.
jai, 03 Jul 2018well you can check out iphone se cause that thing is a beastDid you just made a bad joke or you really believe what you just said? Iphone is a beast? Yeah, tru it is very ugly, inside-outside.
Puffin, 03 Jul 2018This phone sounds amazing for the price, but I am wandering if I should get this or spend clos... moreWell obviously in the long run, it is better to choose the 64 gb variant just because of that extra space and memory, because apps and updates demand those two factors, i personally use the 32gb variant, cus i don't really use a lot of apps so it also comes down to personal preference, how you wish to use it.
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2018No glance or notification light = deal breakerIt does have Glance
Great phone overall. Amazing battery life compared to my old Galaxy S5 mini.
I wish there was a version of this with a smaller (4" or 4.5") screen, since i am more accustomed to something pocket-sized. I also wish it had an easily replaceable battery.
I like the latest version of Android, and I like being able to uninstall the apps I don't want without rooting it.
Good job, Nokia!
Puffin, 03 Jul 2018This phone sounds amazing for the price, but I am wandering if I should get this or spend clos... moreIt depends on your needs but based on my experience I used these two phones and they were amazing and I didn't find much difference in fps with heavy games like PUBG and shadowgun legends and I liked these two smartphones and I ended up buying Nokia 8 sirocco because I liked The New Nokia 2018 smartphones so much so if your budget is tight Nokia 6.1 is basically the same as 7 plus, same software experience and for future proofing both are Android one smartphones so both will receive regular updates and sd 660 is not significantly faster than sd 630 especially when it comes to graphics.
This phone sounds amazing for the price, but I am wandering if I should get this or spend close to double to get the Nokia 7 Plus. In terms of future proofing, would the SD660, 64GB of Internal Space and 4GB of RAM from the Nokia 7+ be suitable compared to the SD630, 32GB of space and 3GB RAM (AU Variant) which would still do the job? I'm curious as to what other people may choose and why? I'd really appreciate any help on this.
You know what I switched from iPhone 7 to this phone and it's amazing like I'm in love with this phone. I also have note 5 but this thing is so cool and it's pure Android that's lovely.
It's worth it. Good job Nokia I'll love to pay 50$ more for this phone still it's worth it
Great smartphone and one of the most favorite smartphones of 2018 great value for money.
Great review and confirmed my opinion. Would just like you to slow down your word speed by say 15%. I had to rewind several times to make sure I understood. Maybe it's me.
Got this phone and tinkered with it for the last few weeks, overall very pleased. I wanted an older Sony Z4 but couldn't get one new anymore so I went with Nokia since they are now finnish again. I like it, except the following things: FM radio is very bad, bad reception overall compared to my older Samsung S3; there is no led to notify you visually if you have messages, calls, or the battery has been charged up; no way to change the shutter sound for the camera (minor nitpick). I like the fact that I can uninstall some of the default google apps and install others to do that job. It's not so full of bloatware like the Samsung. Once I got used to it and fully configured it to my liking, it's been a joy to use.