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    Nokia 7 Plus available in UK from 2nd May, pre-orders open now

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    Re: Nokia 7 Plus available in UK from 2nd May, pre-orders open now

    Regarding the SD600 SOC used:

    https://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_7_plus-9058.php

    There are two lines - one with slower A53 cores,and another which is upper midrange with much faster A72 or Kyro cores:

    https://www.anandtech.com/show/11338...bile-platforms


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    Re: Nokia 7 Plus available in UK from 2nd May, pre-orders open now

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Regarding the SD600 SOC used:

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    It's using the 660 (assuming nothing is incorrect or changed)... which is Octa-core (4x2.2 GHz Kryo 260 & 4x1.8 GHz Kryo 260) which is according to wiki a combination of four semi-custom Cortex-A73 cores (the performance cluster) and four semi-custom Cortex-A53 cores (the efficiency cluster) in a big.LITTLE arrangement.

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    Re: Nokia 7 Plus available in UK from 2nd May, pre-orders open now

    I've got the Xiaomi Mi A1 with the Snapdragon 625 (A53) and I have to say it feels perfectly fast on Oreo (Android One device). It definitely feels faster than my Nexus 6P which it replaced around the OS, and while the Nexus 6P is 2 years old, it's still a zippy performer (only reason I upgraded was because the battery was shot).

    Short of benchmarking I think you'd be hard pressed to tell this apart from any flagship, though I guess certain camera features are missing or take a touch longer to calculate.

    I regret buying the Mi A1 purely on the basis that I wished I'd waited for this. It's perfectly capable, but the Nokia 7 is just calling out to me.

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    Re: Nokia 7 Plus available in UK from 2nd May, pre-orders open now

    "Hi Hexus Team,

    Today, HMD Global announces the UK sales start of the Nokia 7 plus.

    Offered in Black/Copper colour option, it will be available for purchase on 2nd May from EE, Carphone Warehouse, Amazon, John Lewis, Tesco and Argos for a RRP £349.99.

    Pre-orders are available from today on Nokia.com."

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    Re: Nokia 7 Plus available in UK from 2nd May, pre-orders open now

    Quote Originally Posted by this_is_gav View Post
    I've got the Xiaomi Mi A1 with the Snapdragon 625 (A53) and I have to say it feels perfectly fast on Oreo (Android One device). It definitely feels faster than my Nexus 6P which it replaced around the OS, and while the Nexus 6P is 2 years old, it's still a zippy performer (only reason I upgraded was because the battery was shot).

    Short of benchmarking I think you'd be hard pressed to tell this apart from any flagship, though I guess certain camera features are missing or take a touch longer to calculate.

    I regret buying the Mi A1 purely on the basis that I wished I'd waited for this. It's perfectly capable, but the Nokia 7 is just calling out to me.
    The A1 is a much cheaper device though - it's under £200 and the A2 is out soon too.


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