Flagship phones are getting so expensive you’re soon going to have to start selling body parts just to be able to afford one. Nokia would prefer you keep your kidneys and buy what it calls an “affordable flagship” instead. The Nokia 7 Plus might only set you back €399, but it’s packing all the luxuries you’d expect from a top-end 2018 blower, like an 18:9 screen and skinny bezels, twin cameras for adding dreamy depth-of-field effects to your photos, and a gorgeous ceramic finish that looks the part, too. A Snapdragon 660 does all the heavy lifting, making this one of the first phones to arrive with Qualcomm’s latest mid-range silicon, and the massive 3800mAh battery should get you two days between top-ups. You won’t have long to wait to get your hands on one, either: the Nokia 7 Plus will be going on sale in April.
It’s Apple versus Google all over again
A pricey, perk-packed Plus or the “budget flagship” alternative?
UPDATE: MWC 2020 is officially OFF