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Nokia 7 Plus Android, 6”, 4G LTE, SIM Free, 64GB, Black/Copper - grade C - £80.99 using code @ stockmustgo / ebay
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Nokia 7 Plus Android, 6”, 4G LTE, SIM Free, 64GB, Black/Copper - grade C - £80.99 using code @ stockmustgo / ebay

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Cheap Nokia 7 plus. I know its grade C but from experience even grade Cs from SMG are pretty good.

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If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European model is made with the Novatek panel (too long to explain) which makes all the white colour a dull grey (particularly awful on the app drawer). The charging port is notorious for becoming loose and eventually failing. The earpiece is dreadful, it is really difficult to hear the caller. Nokia phones were famous for their build but since being bought out by HMDGlobal that reputation is in tatters. I was glad to see the back of my Nokia 7 Plus, one of the worst decisions I ever made was purchasing one.
Jef_B14/01/2020 11:00

Grade C.... Probably got more dents than my pride 😏


Got a grade C op7 pro on last 20% off. Came boxed and looked mint other than the fact it was missing the warp charger. If no good, can be sent back
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Grade C.... Probably got more dents than my pride 😏
Jef_B14/01/2020 11:00

Grade C.... Probably got more dents than my pride 😏


Got a grade C op7 pro on last 20% off. Came boxed and looked mint other than the fact it was missing the warp charger. If no good, can be sent back
Got my hands on this phone a few times in stores when it first came out. Feels really high quality in the hands. Certainly worth a punt for the price. Hot from me.
Want but don't need
If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European model is made with the Novatek panel (too long to explain) which makes all the white colour a dull grey (particularly awful on the app drawer). The charging port is notorious for becoming loose and eventually failing. The earpiece is dreadful, it is really difficult to hear the caller. Nokia phones were famous for their build but since being bought out by HMDGlobal that reputation is in tatters. I was glad to see the back of my Nokia 7 Plus, one of the worst decisions I ever made was purchasing one.
Excellent phone, but the charging port WILL fail, and so not one I'd buy second hand
I still have one of these knocking about at home and on occasion I regret not getting more use out of it. I jumped to a P30 after only six months, but the N7+ still has its good points.
mgb2014/01/2020 11:24

If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European …If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European model is made with the Novatek panel (too long to explain) which makes all the white colour a dull grey (particularly awful on the app drawer). The charging port is notorious for becoming loose and eventually failing. The earpiece is dreadful, it is really difficult to hear the caller. Nokia phones were famous for their build but since being bought out by HMDGlobal that reputation is in tatters. I was glad to see the back of my Nokia 7 Plus, one of the worst decisions I ever made was purchasing one.


Had the opposite experience to yourself. Had the n7+ since release and only just swapped to new phone. Upgraded on contract. Hasn’t missed a beat. Must have been one of the lucky ones.
mgb2014/01/2020 11:24

If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European …If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European model is made with the Novatek panel (too long to explain) which makes all the white colour a dull grey (particularly awful on the app drawer). The charging port is notorious for becoming loose and eventually failing. The earpiece is dreadful, it is really difficult to hear the caller. Nokia phones were famous for their build but since being bought out by HMDGlobal that reputation is in tatters. I was glad to see the back of my Nokia 7 Plus, one of the worst decisions I ever made was purchasing one.


Yep same with mine
mgb2014/01/2020 11:24

If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European …If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European model is made with the Novatek panel (too long to explain) which makes all the white colour a dull grey (particularly awful on the app drawer). The charging port is notorious for becoming loose and eventually failing. The earpiece is dreadful, it is really difficult to hear the caller. Nokia phones were famous for their build but since being bought out by HMDGlobal that reputation is in tatters. I was glad to see the back of my Nokia 7 Plus, one of the worst decisions I ever made was purchasing one.


That's interesting because I had a couple of Nokia 8s a while back and one had that dull grey thing you describe, really washed out and miserable looking. I wondered if it had been refurbished with a bad panel and the seller didn't tell me. The other had really good punchy colours, but then the charging port on that was useless.
I really liked my N7 ... I replaced it with a P30 and while it's quicker with a brighter screen I find the Nokia more usable. It just works 100% solid. Dunno, I kinda regret the upgrade now. P30 is fine but I went from £11/month Sim only on the Nokia (cost £200) to £34/month with the free P30.
mgb2014/01/2020 11:24

If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European …If you value your sanity you will avoid this piece of junk! The European model is made with the Novatek panel (too long to explain) which makes all the white colour a dull grey (particularly awful on the app drawer). The charging port is notorious for becoming loose and eventually failing. The earpiece is dreadful, it is really difficult to hear the caller. Nokia phones were famous for their build but since being bought out by HMDGlobal that reputation is in tatters. I was glad to see the back of my Nokia 7 Plus, one of the worst decisions I ever made was purchasing one.


I thought HMD leased the name rather than buying them out.
They are offering 15% discount at checkout about £76 plus 3x nectar points
Edited by: "justfundo" 24th Jan
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