Tech Bytes

Premier Magazine (South AFrica) - - Contents -

Since its lo­cal launch and in­tro­duc­tion in June, our eyes and hands im­me­di­ately grav­i­tated to the Nokia 7 Plus. It is a mid-range phone that HMD Global (li­cense hold­ers to the Nokia brand name) is billing as the “flag­ship for ev­ery­one”, and based on our hands-on time with the phone, there is a strong chance that they are right. This de­vice has a 6-inch IPS LCD dis­play with 2160 × 1080 pixel res­o­lu­tion. This dis­play is cov­ered with a pane of “sculpted” Corn­ing Go­rilla Glass that is both lam­i­nated and po­lar­ized. On the back of this smart­phone is a 12-megapixel cam­era and ZEISS op­tics with dual-tone flash. There is a se­cond cam­era at the back of this de­vice, with 13-megapixel and ZEISS ac­tion. Up­front is a 16-megapixel cam­era and ZEISS op­tics. In­side this smart­phone is a Qual­comm Snap­dragon 660 mo­bile plat­form with 4 GB LPDDR4 RAM and 64 GB in­ter­nal stor­age with a mi­crosd card slot that is able to carry up to 256 GB ad­di­tional space.

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