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NOW CLOSED – The pioneers of ‘smartphones’, Nokia, set the standard way back in the early 2000’s with the 3310 and 3315 and then gave us some of the first colour touchscreens.

Fast forward to now and the mighty Nokia have adopted Android One for their newly released Nokia 7 Plus.

Looking super classy in Black and Copper and with a ceramic-feel coating, Nokia 7 Plus boasts super-fast performance with 4GB RAM and a Qualcomm SDM660  processor.

The Nokia 7 plus can be fully loaded up with your digital goodness in its 64GB ROM (internal storage), expandable by way of microSD and get snap happy with the phone’s remarkable 12MP f1.75 / 13MP f2.6 Rear Camera and a 16MP Front Selfie Camera.

Non bloated with software, the Nokia 7 Plus has Android One built in – so you’re not going to have to suffer through unwanted manufacturer Apps that can’t be removed, it’s purely Google.

In New Zealand, the Nokia 7 Plus is available exclusively at Spark NZ at a price point of $699.00 NZD and currently the new Nokia 7 Plus comes with a free set of wireless Jaybird earplugs when you sign up with Spark on a 24-month interest free eligible pay monthly plan.

Thanks to our good mates at Spark NZ, we have one Nokia 7 Plus to Giveaway!

To Enter our Nokia 7 Plus Spark NZ Competition you will need to answer this Question correctly:

Before adopting Android, Nokia used its own proprietary operating system. What was that called?

A: Nexus

B: Linux

C: Symbian

You can give us your Answer by placing a Comment below, hitting us up on FacebookTweet to us, or Email Us.

To find out more on the Nokia 7 Plus check the official Spark NZ Site.

* Winner(s) will be randomly selected from those that Comment below / Facebook Comment / Email in accordance to the above Question. Winner(s) will receive a a New, Boxed Nokia 7 Plus Android One Smartphone exclusive to Spark NZ. Competition ends on the 7th of June 2018. Only New Zealand entries only will be accepted.

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  1. Te Arahu Gilsenan

    C, Symbian! Finger crossed my ph’s battery is bad. :'(

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