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Nokia 7 Plus Now Available In Australia For $649

HMD Global has announced its latest “flagship hero”, the Nokia 7 Plus, is now available to purchase in Australia, stocked at Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi for $649.

The 7 Plus further expands Nokia’s presence in the local market, following the recently released Nokia 6, Nokia 1, Nokia 8 Sirocco [further information available here].

The new 6-inch Nokia 7 Plus features a 18:9 Full HD+ display screen, which claims to be “perfect” for “gaming and entertainment”.

“Made for creators”, the 7 Plus incorporates a rear dual camera with ZEISS optics – a 12MP primary camera and secondary 13MP telephoto lens for 2X optical zoom – plus a 16MP ZEISS optics front camera.

Featuring a “ceramic-feel coating” the Nokia 7 Plus claims to offer a “tactile feel”, whilst aesthetically hiding antenna lines.

Incorporating 4GB RAM, Nokia’s latest “flagship hero” boasts a 2-day battery life, courtesy of a 3800mAh battery with USB type-C charging.

Further information is available on Nokia’s website here.

A full review on the new Nokia 7 Plus will be published shortly.



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