Nokia 7 Plus is the first smartphone from HMD to sport an 18:9 display, and is powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor

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It’s a war out there when it comes to design. Thousands of smartphones are in a brawl to become the king of the ring. However, if you were to ask us, Nokia 7 Plus is one of the most beautiful piece of brick we have seen in the particular price tag. The review unit we received was the Black/Copper model, which appears stealthy but with a pinch of elegance, courtesy the copper accents on the rear camera and the sides. There is also a White/Copper variant if you’re able to maintain its look.

Nokia 7 Plus is not really big in terms of display, at least in theory. It has a 6-inch full HD+ (1080×2160 pixels) IPS LCD screen, which sounds mediocre at the best but is not as bad as you think. For most routine tasks, it performs just fine and in some, even better. Yes, you don’t get super saturated colours, which some might say is fake, but still offers an overall good canvas to look at.

Supporting the well-performing processor is 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, which given the price segment and the rest of the hardware specs, is enough to make the system run smoothly. In addition, the fact that the smartphone uses stock Android UI makes the experience even better as there is no bloatware or extra features like you get in other UIs by OEMs.

The camera is one of the strongest points of the 7 Plus. It manages to click some of the best shots no matter what. We shot several hundred images using HDR, Live Bokeh, Pro Mode and Panorama, only to see it performing better than our expectations. What makes the impressive performance possible are two rear cameras that boast of 12MP and 13MP sensors powered by ZEISS optics. The images shot in 2x zoom were better than what we have seen in others in the same class. Not just the f/1.7 aperture (12MP sensor) and f/2.6 aperture (13MP sensor) are quick to capture images, the autofocusing speed is also good.

The battery is something HMD could have pitched as the smartphone’s USP while marketing it. The handset has one of the best and long lasting batteries seen in the sub-Rs 30,000 category handset. The 3800mAh capacity battery is actually more than that in the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. On an average usage that included everything from audio streaming to calls, games and more, the Nokia 7 Plus easily lasted for 12 hours. On a regular basis, the device gave us over 5-7 hours of screen time, which is impressive on its own.

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