The Nokia 6. Sure, the phone look great on the outside, but alas, the Nokia 7. Priced at Rs 18,, the Nokia 7. Its sleek, unibody metal finish with that frosted matte glass at the back holds your attention, and nothing in the price range can match that style. The phone is lightweight and easy to access with one hand. The camera housing on the back is raised from the main body and has slightly sharp edges while its circular shape and the Zeiss branding is similar to Motorola's camera bump, which can also now be seen on the recently released OnePlus 7T review. The raised camera hump gives the phone quite a wobble when placed on a flat surface, but that is the case for more or less all phones these days.
The Ice Blue colour variant has a subtle gradient to it which is visible when you hold the device at a certain angle. In short, the phone is a real delight to look at and credit where it is due, the Nokia team has done superlative job of designing the phone's exteriors. There is a fingerprint sensor at the back under the camera unit along with the Nokia branding underneath. Nokia is keeping the headphone jack like most smartphones in the segment, however, the position is at the top.
You get the regular volume rockers on the side of the phone along with the power button, while on the left side of the device there is an inclusion of the Google Assistant button which also doubles as the notification indicator, since it has an LED light embedded.
On the bottom of the device, we see a Type-C port along with a speaker grill. The device has a waterdrop notch on the top which houses the selfie shooter, and you also spot a sizeable chin wherein you can again see the Nokia branding. Overall the phone does not have the best screen-to-body ratio compared to some other phones in the same price bracket such as the Oppo K3 or the Realme X. However, the quality of the display is generally on par with the competition. I did keep the phone side-by-side with a Redmi Note 7 Pro Review and noticed significantly better colours and contrast on the former as compared to the latter.
There is also a Dynamic mode on the phone, which will automatically adjust your display according to what you are viewing on the phone. An example of this is that while reading an ebook on your device, the display will go warmer so that it is easier on your eyes. However great a display is, it will come with its caveats, and in the case of the Nokia 7.
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At night though the display can be dimmed enough for long usage without straining your eyes. The Snapdragon in the Nokia 7.
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The Snapdragon SoC is now quite outdated and was seen on mid-rangers back in early Since then the smartphone world has moved up a notch to Snapdragon , and chipsets. The face unlock on the device takes its own sweet time to work, as does the fingerprint reader. There is also a more-than-significant delay in voice-to-text output for Google Assistant. If you are looking for a phone to game on under Rs 20,, you should definitely skip the Nokia 7. Apart from that, the audio quality on calls through the earpiece was as good, while the bottom-firing speaker gets the job done in terms of loudness and crispness.
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If Nokia really wanted to sell this smartphone to a wider audience, my opinion is that they should have at least included a Snapdragon chipset, which has become kind of the norm on smartphones in the Rs 15, to Rs 20, range. With the Carl Zeiss branding, something which Nokia phones have been sporting for quite some time, I was quite sure that the Nokia 7. While my faith was justified to some extent, I was not completely satisfied with the image quality in various lighting conditions.
The 48 MP camera holds its own in ample sunlight with the pictures turning out vivid, colourful and with good dynamic range. Most of the time, colour accuracy was on point, but in some cases, I could see that the images clicked showed less saturation than what I could initially see on the viewfinder. There was also a lot of oversharpening happening in quite a few photos, although not to the extent we've seen on Vivo or Oppo phones. Pictures from the main sensor of the Nokia 7. The ultra-wide lens has a degree field of view which allows you to fill much more in your frame than what you can with the primary sensor.
There is an obvious drop in quality which translates to less sharpness, while the colour temperatures tends to go haywire as compared to the main lens. The colour temperatures goes for a toss in the ultra-wide R mode as compared to the normal mode L. Night time photos leave a lot to be desired as far as the Nokia 7.
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In conditions where a moderate amount of luminescence is coming from sources such as street lights, the phone was able to capture details, albeit with a lot of noise. In conditions of low lighting, there were little to no details and the exposure was also quite bad. Details and exposure are skewed in this nighttime photo from the Nokia 7. The Night mode photo R brings significant improvement as compared to the non-night mode photo L but details are still lacking.
Portrait mode photos on the device were quite good though with a good background separation while the subject remained well in focus. Nokia has given you the option to choose what kind of background blur you would like such as Classic, Star, Heart and more, which I believe most people are not going to use, but it is still nice to have the option.
There is also the 20 MP front-facing camera which does some oversharpening, but in general takes some nice photos with sufficient details. The bokeh mode works well on the front camera as well.
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Talking also about the video-taking capabilities of the smartphone we see that it comes with OIS and can shoot 4K videos at 30 fps. There is no option to shoot in slow-mo as you can with other smartphones in this price range. To see all the pictures taken by the Nokia 7.
There are Bluetooth earphones and headsets, so you don't have to contend with tangled wires and powerful, over-ear headphones for high quality audio.
With a Bluetooth set, you can also connect to a tablet or iPad, allowing you to watch films on a bigger screen. We are currently experiencing high demand across our stores and online.
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