Yes, Nokia is back in the game and it has finally joined the Android world by launching it's very own line of new phones. One of which, we were lucky enough to play with for a couple of weeks.
This is the Nokia 7 Plus. One thing I loved about it is how it feels in your hands. Sleek, smooth, and easy to manage, it feels like it belongs in your hand. There's no awkward angle or edges and it just glides smoothly.
This one also comes with a dual camera. The main camera has 12 MP, f/1.8, 25mm (wide), 1/2.55", 1.4µm, dual pixel PDAF and 13 MP, f/2.6, 1/3.4", 1.0µm, 2x optical zoom.
I like that it supports Type C cable. I feel like it's more durable than the Micro.
PROs: The Nokia 7 Plus is good for an average user. It has enough memory and ram to perform daily tasks and run an average workload.
It's sleek so you can show it off and not worry about looking "baduy."
Price wise, it is also reasonable and will not break the bank.
Camera wise, it's average. If you're into hardcore mobile photography, this might not be enough but if you're an average user, then this phone is more than enough.
Battery life is not strong enough if you have mobile data on the whole day. The processor also slows down when you have more than 10 apps open all at the same time.
The Nokia 7 Plus is a good intro for the Nokia line. It's good enough for the casual user but if Nokia wants to really engage the competition, they'd need to step up their game so they can also cover the heavy users and gamers.