The Nokia 7 Plus, launched this year, is a successor to the earlier Nokia 7 that came in October 2017. The Nokia 7 Plus is an upgrade to its predecessor and is now available in Nigeria.
Here is a pictorial unboxing.
- 6.0 ” IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
- Android 8.1 Oreo
- Octa Core Processor
- 4 GB RAM
- 64 GB internal expandable memory
- Dual SIM capability- Nano SIM cards.
- Dual 12 MP and 13 MP primary cameras with autofocus
- 16 MP front-facing camera
- 3 ,800mAh non-removable battery
- Fingerprint sensors
- 4G LTE
The Nokia 7 Plus is in a square sized cardboard box sealed at the extreme end with a duct tape and cut out openings.
A box containing the device itself and accessories slide out from the main box
- Nokia 7 Plus (One Unit)
- USB cable (One Unit)
- Charger head with retractable prong (One Unit)
- Earphone (One Unit)
- Instruction Manual (One Unit)
- Safety Info and Guide (One Unit)
- Ejector pin
Safety Info and Product Guide
Immediately after a call speaker grille on the front of the Nokia 7 Plus, there is a 16 MP selfie camera in the usual spot
A 3.5 mm headphone jack is on top
Volume rockers and power button are on the right side
And the SIM card tray is on the left
The SIM card tray has the option of accommodating two nano SIM cards or one nano SIM card and a memory card
Then the dual 12 MP and 13 MP cameras are on the back, above fingerprint scanners and besides the flash
In Nigeria, the Nokia 7 Plus retails for an official price of ₦147,000.
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