HMD Global on Sunday unveiled the Nokia 7 Plus ahead of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 in Barcelona to upgrade the experience over the original Nokia 7. The new smartphone has enhanced specifications as well as an all-new build. Also, the latest Nokia phone is a part of Google’s Android One initiative that is aimed to offer a vanilla experience with no customisations on top of stock Android. The handset additionally comes with new colour options to distinguish the looks from its predecessor. Therefore, here’s a quick rundown of differences between the Nokia 7 and Nokia 7 Plus to highlight what’s new and better by the Finnish giant.
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