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Nokia 7 Plus - Amazon - £289.95 Delivered. @ Amazon

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Found 28th Jul
£10 Cheaper than deal posted from Argos this morning.

£289.95 Delivered.

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Pure Android 8 Oreo
6-inch Full HD (2160 x 1080) IPS LCD screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 3
2.2 GHz octa-core Snapdragon 660 mobile platform
64 GB storage / 4GB RAM / micro SD support
12 MP 1.4µm f/1.75 2PD with ZEISS optics, 13 MP 1.0µm f/2.6 with ZEISS optics,
16 MP selfie camera with autofocus and ZEISS optics
Sealed 3,800 mAh battery
154 x 75.8 x 7.85 mm
Wi-Fi / GPS / LTE / NFC
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_hukdealer_1 h, 10 m ago

Could anyone explain why would I pay £100 on the top of Xiaomi A2 64GB? …Could anyone explain why would I pay £100 on the top of Xiaomi A2 64GB? Similar specs, similar quality, good camera and dual SIM probably even beats this for me... (and Nokia is not really old good Nokia)



UK Warranty, Bigger battery, NFC, sd card slot, more reliable for updates and headphone jack!
Edited by: "burns94" 29th Jul
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Surprisingly beat Argos not matched. I'm floored
Edited by: "rev6" 28th Jul
Looks like price drops all round, wouldn't be surprised if a deep trawl will find a better price than this somewhere, but great spot! Heat...
rev621 m ago

Surprisingly beat Argos not matched. I'm floored


Perhaps they are factoring in the £10 voucher that Argos would give you
deshepherd1 m ago

Perhaps they are factoring in the £10 voucher that Argos would give you


Good point
jazzuk7771 h, 1 m ago

Looks like price drops all round, wouldn't be surprised if a deep trawl …Looks like price drops all round, wouldn't be surprised if a deep trawl will find a better price than this somewhere, but great spot! Heat...


Is that a challenge?
Mrswitch6 m ago

Is that a challenge?


3, 2, 1... Go!
Mrswitch7 m ago

Is that a challenge?


...actually, I'm surprised you've not already been on it all morning
jazzuk7771 m ago

...actually, I'm surprised you've not already been on it all morning


Lol, some of us have a job

Much cheaper on the Chinese sites, but probably not worth it in this case.
Edited by: "Mrswitch" 28th Jul
Mrswitch3 m ago

Lol, some of us have a job ;)Much cheaper on the Chinese sites, but …Lol, some of us have a job ;)Much cheaper on the Chinese sites, but probably not worth it in this case.


Yes we know your job is to help us spend all our money on cheap phones???

Chop chop get searching
deshepherd57 m ago

Perhaps they are factoring in the £10 voucher that Argos would give you


I would rather have the £10.00 cash instead of a £10.00 voucher which will get lost or make me spend more money on something I don't need
19DembaBa192 m ago

I would rather have the £10.00 cash instead of a £10.00 voucher which will …I would rather have the £10.00 cash instead of a £10.00 voucher which will get lost or make me spend more money on something I don't need


Or go out of date, not a massive spending window with these time wise
CopaceticAnswers5 m ago

Yes we know your job is to help us spend all our money on cheap …Yes we know your job is to help us spend all our money on cheap phones???Chop chop get searching


Haha best I can do £235.59 at eglobal using code TECH5
eglobalcentraluk.com/?ut…wcB
Annoying they produced a single SIM version just for the UK market, buy this phone from anywhere else in the world and you'll get a dual SIM for a similar price or less if willing to import from China.
Wait, so this isn't a dual SIM version? Almost pulled the trigger...
ackblom7 m ago

Wait, so this isn't a dual SIM version? Almost pulled the trigger...


No need to get that excited
My old phone is dying quite rapidly so I'm needing a new one soon. Would there be anyone who has seen/used both phones be able to help me figure out if this is worth the extra £50 or so over the 64gb Moto G6 that you can get from Amazon?

I'm not exactly able to splash out (in effect I'm broke) so would prefer not to mess up which phone I buy. Unfortunately I suffer from severe chronic back pain (into double figures with surgeries now and still nothing helps) and I don't get out and about as much as I used to so my mobile phone gets a lot of use just to stop me going insane when stuck in the house day after day.

Because of that I'm willing to look at phones in this price range. Before that I would have settled for something a lot cheaper (Honor 9 lite at £150 or even the Moto G5) but if I'm going to spend more or less what I have I'd rather get some info from anyone who's used either phone as to their opinion if this is worth the extra money.
schmee43 m ago

My old phone is dying quite rapidly so I'm needing a new one soon. Would …My old phone is dying quite rapidly so I'm needing a new one soon. Would there be anyone who has seen/used both phones be able to help me figure out if this is worth the extra £50 or so over the 64gb Moto G6 that you can get from Amazon?I'm not exactly able to splash out (in effect I'm broke) so would prefer not to mess up which phone I buy. Unfortunately I suffer from severe chronic back pain (into double figures with surgeries now and still nothing helps) and I don't get out and about as much as I used to so my mobile phone gets a lot of use just to stop me going insane when stuck in the house day after day. Because of that I'm willing to look at phones in this price range. Before that I would have settled for something a lot cheaper (Honor 9 lite at £150 or even the Moto G5) but if I'm going to spend more or less what I have I'd rather get some info from anyone who's used either phone as to their opinion if this is worth the extra money.


I too would be interested to know. The Moto G6 Plus is my primary option at the moment, with the Nokia 6.1 the runner-up. Moto G6 has better RAM and larger default storage, and I have a Moto at the moment. However, the Moto also is fully glass I believe, and the Nokia has better update support?

As well as my reply to you on the other 7 Plus deal today, I saw this review last night that is a good summary of the phone.
The reviewer used to run a great website and podcast about Windows phones and is a bit of a camera geek. I think it's a useful watch for anyone considering buying the 7 Plus-
schmee2 h, 17 m ago

My old phone is dying quite rapidly so I'm needing a new one soon. Would …My old phone is dying quite rapidly so I'm needing a new one soon. Would there be anyone who has seen/used both phones be able to help me figure out if this is worth the extra £50 or so over the 64gb Moto G6 that you can get from Amazon?I'm not exactly able to splash out (in effect I'm broke) so would prefer not to mess up which phone I buy. Unfortunately I suffer from severe chronic back pain (into double figures with surgeries now and still nothing helps) and I don't get out and about as much as I used to so my mobile phone gets a lot of use just to stop me going insane when stuck in the house day after day. Because of that I'm willing to look at phones in this price range. Before that I would have settled for something a lot cheaper (Honor 9 lite at £150 or even the Moto G5) but if I'm going to spend more or less what I have I'd rather get some info from anyone who's used either phone as to their opinion if this is worth the extra money.


What is important to you in a phone?
let down by not dual sim.. would have gone for this or nokia 8
Could anyone explain why would I pay £100 on the top of Xiaomi A2 64GB? Similar specs, similar quality, good camera and dual SIM probably even beats this for me... (and Nokia is not really old good Nokia)
_hukdealer_1 h, 10 m ago

Could anyone explain why would I pay £100 on the top of Xiaomi A2 64GB? …Could anyone explain why would I pay £100 on the top of Xiaomi A2 64GB? Similar specs, similar quality, good camera and dual SIM probably even beats this for me... (and Nokia is not really old good Nokia)



UK Warranty, Bigger battery, NFC, sd card slot, more reliable for updates and headphone jack!
Edited by: "burns94" 29th Jul
I just got this phone about a month ago and loving it so far .
For people who don't use much data as have WiFi most places like me it's available from ID mobile for £15.99 a month with 500mb data and unlimited text and a few hundred mins , which only figures out at £30 more than this and I am pretty sure it's the fuel SIM one as the instructions say you can put a SIM on the SD card slot
Mrswitch21 h, 27 m ago

Haha best I can do £235.59 at eglobal using code TECH5 …Haha best I can do £235.59 at eglobal using code TECH5 https://www.eglobalcentraluk.com/?utm_source=clixgalore&utm_medium=referral&gclid=Cj0KCQjwqPDaBRC6ARIsACAf4hBxnxPRW8TbiNZskfT7uDg0hCn0M9AgKz1Xt5Q4zqp73Hn9ZwZB_T4aAlaFEALw_wcB#/cart


Thanks. Initially I wanted a Mate Pro 10 but despite its superior specs, it seems not to have that superior camera performance as supposed to be according to some users around. Then thought about Honor 10 and V10, but probably them not on pair with the Nokia's camera and also the inferior battery mAh and no stock android makes me think that they are not worth the higher price. Then I tried for 5 minutes the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 in a shop abroad and was really impressed and it seems to be very close to Nokia specs-wise..with 2x optical zoom too..but not Official Global Rom and I haven't experience with Xiaomi and with their longevity and durability over time. Then looking at the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 with 1.9 camera below 200ish I was tempted as well..but not on par with Nokia's camera again and no 2x optical zoom..I also excluded the LG G5 after reading about many issues from users even if for £150 mark with 12 months warranty on ebay..
And dual Sim seems a plus I really want to have, 3rd in order of importance after 1)camera performance 2)battery capacity and longevity.
And for the same or very similar price Nokia 8 could be the contender, but camera and battery are better on the 7 Plus right,even without Google hdr+ cam porting sideloaded.
Initially I didn't want to spend more than £250 as I have a Galaxy Note 4 still serving enough well,but wanted a better camera shooter. Wife would kill me..
Now I don't know if "risking" with eglobal and buying through Paypal at £235 for the dual sim version of the 7 Plus(assuming that it has the same android version as per the UK single sim one) thus saving further £55/65 compared to mono sim UK version. I can't use credit card for section 75, only PayPal.
Or also evaluating this:

tobydeals.co.uk/en_…BwE

What would you say @Mrswitch? Sorry for stressing
burns946 h, 42 m ago

UK Warranty, Bigger battery, NFC, sd card slot, more reliable for updates …UK Warranty, Bigger battery, NFC, sd card slot, more reliable for updates and headphone jack!


Eglobal central gives 2 year Uk warranty, mi a2 has sd card slot, updates were all right and quite often on my last 3 xiaomi phones. USB to 3.5mm cost pound or two if anyone still loves cables and miu battery management is brilliant (had 2.5 day on rmn4). NFC and couple of hours extra standby worth £100?
Edited by: "_hukdealer_" 29th Jul
_hukdealer_7 m ago

Eglobal central gives 2 year Uk warranty, mi a2 has sd card slot, updates …Eglobal central gives 2 year Uk warranty, mi a2 has sd card slot, updates were all right and quite often on my last 3 xiaomi phones. USB to 3.5mm cost pound or two if anyone still loves cables and miu battery management is brilliant (had 2.5 day on rmn4). NFC and couple of hours extra standby worth £100?


The A2 doesn't have an SD card slot. The A2 lite does. NFC isn't a deal breaker for me but is handy, saved me once when I needed fuel and realised I left my wallet at home.

The headphone jack is a massive deal breaker for me. I've been using the Huawei P20 pro since launch and the lack of the headphone jack is enough that the wife is having it and I'm looking at something like the Nokia 7 plus.
Well done, you just ruined my day I didn't realize there is no hybrid tray on a2. My fail as I already ordered one for other half...
As p20 pro owner I have to tell you, it comes with usb-c to 3.5mm adapter in box and I love every single aspect of this phone exc. rubbish factory fitted non-oleophobic protector. I'll never use 3.5mm as I dropped cabled headphones as soon as I started cycling few years ago.
Not an audiophile who will spot huge difference between bt and cable despite I worked in medias and processed sound, thought back in the days when bt wasn't available and I become bit daf too...
italondonistaavataurino6 h, 24 m ago

Thanks. Initially I wanted a Mate Pro 10 but despite its superior specs, …Thanks. Initially I wanted a Mate Pro 10 but despite its superior specs, it seems not to have that superior camera performance as supposed to be according to some users around. Then thought about Honor 10 and V10, but probably them not on pair with the Nokia's camera and also the inferior battery mAh and no stock android makes me think that they are not worth the higher price. Then I tried for 5 minutes the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 in a shop abroad and was really impressed and it seems to be very close to Nokia specs-wise..with 2x optical zoom too..but not Official Global Rom and I haven't experience with Xiaomi and with their longevity and durability over time. Then looking at the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 with 1.9 camera below 200ish I was tempted as well..but not on par with Nokia's camera again and no 2x optical zoom..I also excluded the LG G5 after reading about many issues from users even if for £150 mark with 12 months warranty on ebay..And dual Sim seems a plus I really want to have, 3rd in order of importance after 1)camera performance 2)battery capacity and longevity.And for the same or very similar price Nokia 8 could be the contender, but camera and battery are better on the 7 Plus right,even without Google hdr+ cam porting sideloaded.Initially I didn't want to spend more than £250 as I have a Galaxy Note 4 still serving enough well,but wanted a better camera shooter. Wife would kill me..Now I don't know if "risking" with eglobal and buying through Paypal at £235 for the dual sim version of the 7 Plus(assuming that it has the same android version as per the UK single sim one) thus saving further £55/65 compared to mono sim UK version. I can't use credit card for section 75, only PayPal.Or also evaluating this:https://www.tobydeals.co.uk/en_GB/product/xiaomi-note-3-6gb-128gb-4g-dual-sim-sim-free-unlocked-jet-black-1.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIoO2wy-7B3AIVB1XTCh24bQhPEAkYASABEgJ-tfD_BwEWhat would you say @Mrswitch? Sorry for stressing


I would say the HDR+ port worked wonders on the Nokia 8 I briefly had. Not been able to get it to work on the Nokia 7+ yet
@jazzuk777 thanks for the info. The thing is that I really don't know if is worth to spend until £300 for a phone if the main point for doing so is mainly having better camera performance,especially in low light shootings. I mean, from my Galaxy Note 4 (still a beast on many aspects and with 4 removable batteries) is it worth to spend £250 to £300 for a phone like Nokia 7 plus or Nokia 8 or Mi Note 3 or other in similar price range(import or not) or would I "happy enough" with a Redmi Note 5 AI Dual Camera for less than £200, probably around the £140-£180 mark? I couldn't find much in terms of camera comparisons and shotdown for the Mi Note 5 AI edition Vs others,especially against my Galaxy Note 4 or these Nokias,particularly in regards of the HDR+ sideloaded on the Mi Note 5 AI if making a huge difference.A lot of comparisons are for the Mi Note 5 Pro for the Indian market and that's not worth.The Mi Note 5 AI has a very similar camera sensor to the one on the Galaxy S7 I read somewhere..then you also see sometimes some Lumia 950/XL for about £100ish on ebay as additional choice..I really want to find the cheapest and best camera shooter worth upgrading(or as additional "camera phone") from my Galaxy Note 4 and with decent specs for at least 2 years of lifetime..appreciated any resources or links and comments..
italondonistaavataurino6 m ago

@jazzuk777 thanks for the info. The thing is that I really don't know if …@jazzuk777 thanks for the info. The thing is that I really don't know if is worth to spend until £300 for a phone if the main point for doing so is mainly having better camera performance,especially in low light shootings. I mean, from my Galaxy Note 4 (still a beast on many aspects and with 4 removable batteries) is it worth to spend £250 to £300 for a phone like Nokia 7 plus or Nokia 8 or Mi Note 3 or other in similar price range(import or not) or would I "happy enough" with a Redmi Note 5 AI Dual Camera for less than £200, probably around the £140-£180 mark? I couldn't find much in terms of camera comparisons and shotdown for the Mi Note 5 AI edition Vs others,especially against my Galaxy Note 4 or these Nokias,particularly in regards of the HDR+ sideloaded on the Mi Note 5 AI if making a huge difference.A lot of comparisons are for the Mi Note 5 Pro for the Indian market and that's not worth.The Mi Note 5 AI has a very similar camera sensor to the one on the Galaxy S7 I read somewhere..then you also see sometimes some Lumia 950/XL for about £100ish on ebay as additional choice..I really want to find the cheapest and best camera shooter worth upgrading(or as additional "camera phone") from my Galaxy Note 4 and with decent specs for at least 2 years of lifetime..appreciated any resources or links and comments..


You could research phones with SD 6xx SoCs and above* - many of them may have a port of the hdr+ app (though as my Nokia 7 Plus shows it is not automatic it'll work for you just because it works for someone else. For example I think you can get it working on the Moto G5s Plus and the G6 Plus (and probably the G5 Plus if/when it gets Oreo). A bit of googling may help.


*there are sites listing phone models with each SoC that are easily googlable....

I think people have got it working with the Nokia 6.1, that could be worth a look at sub £200 with the rolling contract trick at CPW IIRC and AndroidOne guarantee of updates for several years.
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 29th Jul
Looks to be OOS now... Missed the boat
jazzuk77730 m ago

You could research phones with SD 6xx SoCs and above* - many of them may …You could research phones with SD 6xx SoCs and above* - many of them may have a port of the hdr+ app (though as my Nokia 7 Plus shows it is not automatic it'll work for you just because it works for someone else. For example I think you can get it working on the Moto G5s Plus and the G6 Plus (and probably the G5 Plus if/when it gets Oreo). A bit of googling may help.*there are sites listing phone models with each SoC that are easily googlable....I think people have got it working with the Nokia 6.1, that could be worth a look at sub £200 with the rolling contract trick at CPW IIRC and AndroidOne guarantee of updates for several years.


Thanks, I'm aware of those sites like kimovil and pdadb, which I used extensively to find the perfect phone. I checked many reviews online of many phones,what I then realized from all of it is that I don't want any phone with less than 3500 mAh between 5.5" and 6".If camera quality is my 1st priority, a big performing battery is the point n.2.I'm aware of the ratio screen resolution/processor/battery and after the best compromise. Phones with the 845 are out of my budget, some with the 835 might be within it but lacking something else either in terms of battery or camera performance.So yes,it seems to be the 636/660 series the best compromise.The Nokia 6.1 had the Google hdr+ ported I think (HDBLOG or ANDREAGALEAZZI sources should have something to dig in for or XDA). Motorola..yeah the G5s Plus seems to be a good shooter with that camera sensor also used in the Pixel 1(if I remember properly from its specs) however I don't think it being better than the Xiaomi Note 5 AI (I preferred the Moto X4 for other features vs the G5s Plus overall but still not what I think being worth). I missed the argos glitch for the Nokia 7 Plus unfortunately..
@jazzuk777 would you think at this point either being worth the "average" risk to buy either the Nokia 7 Plus for £235ish or the Xiaomi Note 5 4/64gb for £156ish on eglobal or something else?Also dual Sim being my 3rd point in order of importance after 1)camera performance and 2)battery between 3500-4000 mAh? Thanks for your advice
italondonistaavataurino4 m ago

Thanks, I'm aware of those sites like kimovil and pdadb, which I used …Thanks, I'm aware of those sites like kimovil and pdadb, which I used extensively to find the perfect phone. I checked many reviews online of many phones,what I then realized from all of it is that I don't want any phone with less than 3500 mAh between 5.5" and 6".If camera quality is my 1st priority, a big performing battery is the point n.2.I'm aware of the ratio screen resolution/processor/battery and after the best compromise. Phones with the 845 are out of my budget, some with the 835 might be within it but lacking something else either in terms of battery or camera performance.So yes,it seems to be the 636/660 series the best compromise.The Nokia 6.1 had the Google hdr+ ported I think (HDBLOG or ANDREAGALEAZZI sources should have something to dig in for or XDA). Motorola..yeah the G5s Plus seems to be a good shooter with that camera sensor also used in the Pixel 1(if I remember properly from its specs) however I don't think it being better than the Xiaomi Note 5 AI (I preferred the Moto X4 for other features vs the G5s Plus overall but still not what I think being worth). I missed the argos glitch for the Nokia 7 Plus unfortunately..@jazzuk777 would you think at this point either being worth the "average" risk to buy either the Nokia 7 Plus for £235ish or the Xiaomi Note 5 4/64gb for £156ish on eglobal or something else?Also dual Sim being my 3rd point in order of importance after 1)camera performance and 2)battery between 3500-4000 mAh? Thanks for your advice


I can't comment on the Xiaomi, and I can't comment too much on the 7 Plus yet as it only arrived yesterday, though I'm cautiously optimistic (I got the £213 Argos/ebay refurb, though had to spring for a separate quick charger. Side-note an original Nokia 18w charger appears impossible to source)
thedon28th Jul

[Video] As well as my reply to you on the other 7 Plus deal today, I saw …[Video] As well as my reply to you on the other 7 Plus deal today, I saw this review last night that is a good summary of the phone.The reviewer used to run a great website and podcast about Windows phones and is a bit of a camera geek. I think it's a useful watch for anyone considering buying the 7 Plus-[Video]


Steve runs the the Phone Show Chat Podcast, which if you're into phones is a very good listen, it's not very highbrow or overly professional but I mean that in a good way.


stevelitchfield.com/ssh…tml

He did make a cock up in that 7+ review though by stating that there was no APT-X bluetooth codec, there is it's APT-X HD & LDAC, so way better than standard bluetooth.
Edited by: "jimborae" 29th Jul
What's better this or the Nokia 8? or the mate 10 pro?
I am moving from a lumia 950... as my bank no longer supports it
PaulsGamingLive13 m ago

What's better this or the Nokia 8? or the mate 10 pro? I am moving from a …What's better this or the Nokia 8? or the mate 10 pro? I am moving from a lumia 950... as my bank no longer supports it


Horses for courses mate, depends whats more important to you 7+ has larger screen, 8 has brighter screen, 7+ has minimal bezels, 8 is more traditional screen & bezels, 8 has the faster processor but 7+ has larger battery and more power effecient cpu. Personally I prefer the 7+ over the 8.
The Mate 10 Pro has a better camera but suffers with EMUI interface, over aggressive power management, Huawei bloat, no headphone jack, no SD card support, more expensive and wont get as many updates or as as quickly. However it does have a fast CPU, great build quality and 6 Gb of ram so it won't be slow.
Edited by: "jimborae" 29th Jul
jimborae8 m ago

Horses for courses mate, depends whats more important to you 7+ has larger …Horses for courses mate, depends whats more important to you 7+ has larger screen, 8 has brighter screen, 7+ has minimal bezels, 8 is more traditional screen & bezels, 8 has the faster processor but 7+ has larger battery and more power effecient cpu. Personally I prefer the 7+ over the 8. The Mate 10 Pro has a better camera but suffers with EMUI interface, over aggressive power management, Huawei bloat, no headphone jack, no SD card support, more expensive and wont get as many updates or as as quickly. However it does have a fast CPU, great build quality and 6 Gb of ram so it won't be slow.



Kick ass I didn't know about the headphone jack on the mate 10 and SD card, Think I will rule it out and go for a Nokia 8, The £250 looks like a good deal at cpw
Edited by: "PaulsGamingLive" 29th Jul
The Nokia 8 is not a bad choice, although I can only see it for £299 on CPW's website, however that's for the 128Gb version so that's pretty much a steal !
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jimborae1 h, 40 m ago

The Nokia 8 is not a bad choice, although I can only see it for £299 on …The Nokia 8 is not a bad choice, although I can only see it for £299 on CPW's website, however that's for the 128Gb version so that's pretty much a steal !


I think if you use Vodafone 1 month (£15) and a one time payment for the phone is £249
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