Nokia is having a blast at MWC this year, announcing both a new flagship (the Nokia 8 Sirocco) and the Nokia 7 plus, perhaps the most intriguing device in its current roster. It's a premium midranger powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 660, in theory promising to give you most of the performance of a phone powered by an 8-series chip, but for a fraction of the price.
The Nokia 7 plus will cost €399 when it hits the streets, and you get plenty of hardware for that amount. An 18:9 screen, Nokia's first? Check. A dual rear camera setup with 2x optical zoom? Check. An interesting two-tone design for the black model or three-tone for the white one? Check.
So what do we think of the 7 plus now that we've had some time to get acquainted with it? Find out in the video below.
world wide this phone will retail for less than 300 euro. that 400 euro price is for Europeans.
Looks cool!! But again it is not in fraction of price mentioned for this SOC. It is standing in the flagship realm when it comes to smartphone price again. It will go against Mi7 (even Mi6) or slightly costlier 1+5T or yesteryear's flagships whose al...
400 euro is so hot IMO..