HMD Global had introduced the Nokia 7 Plus at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) which took place last month, and the official wallpapers for this handset have just popped up. If you would like to check out the full collection, consult the gallery down below, though do keep in mind that wallpapers have been compressed, but you can download them in original size by clicking the 'Download' button down below. In this pack, you will find 11 wallpapers, and almost all of them show off nature at its best, from icebergs to beautiful sunsets.
The Nokia 7 Plus is considered to be a mid-range smartphone, and it was announced alongside the Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 6 (2018), Nokia 1 and the Nokia 8110 4G. That being said, the Nokia 7 Plus sports rather thin bezels, while you will find a dual camera setup on its back, along with a fingerprint scanner. The phone's display sports slightly rounded corners, and considering this is an Android One phone, you are getting a clean build of Android with it. That also means that the phone is expected to receive extremely fast updates as well. The Nokia 7 Plus features a 6-inch fullHD+ (2160 x 1080) display, but its footprint is not that huge thanks to its display ratio (18:9), and thin bezels. The phone is fueled by one of Qualcomm's mid-range processors, the Snapdragon 660, while the device also comes with a 3,800mAh non-removable battery, which does support 18W fast charging.
Two 12-megapixel shooters are included on the back of the phone (ZEISS' optics included), while a single 16-megapixel snapper can be found on the device's front side. Android 8.0 Oreo comes pre-installed on the phone, while Nokia OZO audio is also a part of the package, as is Bluetooth 5.0. The device will become available for purchase next month, in April, and it will be priced at €399 in Europe. The Nokia 7 Plus will not be limited to European markets, but it seems like it will launch there first, at least according to the info provided by the company. HMD Global did not share any additional availability info yet, though, but it is expected to do so soon.