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tl:dr: Nokia 7 Plus: Like it a lot, a bit worse sound but louder, brighter screen with less natural colors, battery <3, camera - better focus, more noise
Introduction: I was looking for a good successor to my worn out Nexus 5X. Ideally, the camera should not be worse and battery should be(much) better. It should have clean Android and quick updates. Nokia 7 Plus seemed like a good candidate.
Camera: Primary: Nokia Nexus (not counting the defect posted lower) Unfortunately, my phone suffers from slight blurring of the lower part of the picture (the camera hold vertically). https://photos.app.goo.gl/LFgirNDqA8SNhBjS8 <- Nexus(1/440, ISO 60, raw to jpg, gcam) https://photos.app.goo.gl/Ut8uRB1lzctoVpLu1 <- Nokia, right lower corner softness(1/630, ISO, 51, rawo to jpg, gcam)
I rate the optics, not counting the defect given earlier, higher than Nexus’ for lens flares. Flares are less visible than in 5X. https://photos.app.goo.gl/PMPJhogySCmVl3c02 <- Nokia(1/9400, ISO57, raw to jpg, gcam) https://photos.app.goo.gl/b3lHSFn0fQXLvV3e2 <- Nexus(1/6400, ISO 60, raw to jpg, gcam)
Unfortunately, on some raw photos you can see a strange pouring of colors (eg red or blue) on different items(a clock on the picture below). I am not sure here whether it is the fault of the sensor or optics. I'm guessing that it’s the sensor, so I will be judging it in this way. https://photos.app.goo.gl/H5cA7tlr9FpJvgTi1 - noise: Nokia https://photos.app.goo.gl/U3mi04Qu9r3cC5Jg1 <- Nokia(1/7, ISO 100, proshot, jpg, no noise reduction) Nexus can have an ISO 2 or even three times higher to achieve similar noise. For example, for ISO 800, the noise in Nexus is similar (even a bit better) than Nokia's ISO 400. What's more, noise in 5x has a more pleasing texture in my opinion https://photos.app.goo.gl/wb4IK5cmdtnANWnJ3 <- Nokia(1/27, ISO400, proshot, jpg, no noise reduction) https://photos.app.goo.gl/koAZoCNVwpMx7cBp1 <- Nexus(1/35, ISO800, proshot, jpg, no noise reduction)
With the same ISO Nokia loses a lot to Nexus, BUT we have brighter optics in Nokia, so that means, under the same conditions it should have lower ISO. Will it be better? I’ve taken similar photos at the same shutter speed of 1/25s. I’ve saved them in raw DNG file, edited to taste and here they are: https://photos.app.goo.gl/iiM0xML281UoFltI2 <- Nexus 5X(1/25, ISO 530, raw to jpg, proshot) https://photos.app.goo.gl/BbqDb07heghxHYPZ2 <- Nokia 7P(1/25, ISO 240, raw to jpg, proshot) First of all, Nokia’s DNG files have much much MUCH more muted colors, they are almost grey. Nexus’ DNG files are much closer to real life, and require no color correction in Adobe Lightroom. Above, i should have increased saturation in Nokia’s photos even a bit more. You can see that the center of the frame is sharper on Nokia, but also Nokia has this HORRIBLE interference of red color on the clock. Wth is this Nokia?
In very dark conditions I’ve used custom GCams on both phones. On Nokia i’ve set the quality of HDR to Super High, on Nexus to Very High(Super High crashed application). Unfortunately Nokia here loses. Nexus is sharper, has more details and more true to life colors. https://photos.app.goo.gl/XaHtL6L5atj0k8CS2 <- Nokia (1/13, ISO 744) https://photos.app.goo.gl/vOvldb6aGSCcVxAU2 <- Nexus (1/13, ISO 1293)
  • dynamic range: Nokia ? Nexus During the day the difference for me was barely noticeable in edited RAW files from Gcam’s Google HDR. In shadows Nokia MAY be a bit darker. But to be honest the difference is so small that i’m not even sure there is any at all. When it's darker, at the same shutter speed the Nokia has more than 2 times lower ISO (530 vs 240). In such situation in Nokia you can see greater noise in the shadows, but the photo is sharper in the center. https://photos.app.goo.gl/rZZ0mH1UmTskXaWg1 <- Nokia(1/2000, ISO 50, raw to jpg, gcam) https://photos.app.goo.gl/pNwqqAQCWDIiqBYt2 <- Nexus(1/1800, ISO 60, raw to jpg, gcam) https://photos.app.goo.gl/iiM0xML281UoFltI2 <- Nexus 5X(1/25, ISO 530, raw to jpg, proshot) https://photos.app.goo.gl/BbqDb07heghxHYPZ2 <- Nokia 7P(1/25, ISO 240, raw to jpg, proshot)
  • autofocus: Nokia> Nexus Nokia focuses faster on objects thanks to dual pixel autofocus.
  • software: Nokia ? Nexus In automatic mode Nokia’s photos are darker than Nexus’ ones in ProShot program. In order to compensate for that, I raised the brightness by +0.3 in the ProShot program. In GCam the automatic program works great. Compared to Nexus, Nokia is working flawlessly with GCams ZSL(zero shutter lag) HDR. My Nexus, unfortunately, is a bit slow with low framerates and freezing. Moreover, with Nokia you have a wider variety of GCam versions. Some of them allow you to change HDR mode settings, which allows you to get great photos (eg Always the lowest ISO). In some conditions, this allows you to get higher quality photos than those from Nexus, but with shutter speed of ½ sec there is no comparison with Nexus’ 1/10s. The standard software of Nokia allows 4 second shutter speed with max ISO of 3200, unfortunately without the ability to save the result to RAW file. ProCamera or FootejCamera allows for ½s and max ISO 800. On Nexus 5x, we have the option of setting ISO to 7656 (!) and shutter speed to 1/4 sec. What's more, on the Nexus we have an LCamera - an application in which we can set the shutter speed for 4 seconds with the possibility of obtaining a RAW file. In a nutshell - Nokia has a ton of custom software that allows you to automate your photos with “great” results. Nexus is better in manual settings (raw and higher ISO).
All photos with DNG raw files: https://photos.app.goo.gl/F3KEahT2OrJTvXE63 <- Nexus 5x https://photos.app.goo.gl/8NvbA0ieafOVBE1B2 <- Nokia 7 Plus
Front: Nokia> Nexus I did not focus much on testing the front camera. Briefly, however, I can say that Nokia, thanks to the huge amount of custom GCams, offers better quality but in lower resolution (4Mpix). However, we can use full 16Mpix in bright light with higher amount of details than in 5X. The only downside is the shallower depth of field in Nokia.
Screen: Nokia>Nexus - colors: Nokia Nexus - Nokia definitely has a brighter screen. Better visibility in the sun. - Black: Nokia> Nexus - Nokia wins in contrast and black.
Battery: Nokia>Nexus! I had Nokia for a short period of time, so I was not able to do any professional tests. However, on the first day for about 6 hours I played a lot on the phone, taking lots of photos, installing apps and setting up my profile. The battery has dropped from 80% to 10% at 6 hours SOT (the Nexus would probably die after 2,5 SOT). A gigantic difference. Unfortunately, there is one minus. During fast charging, Nexus 5x reached a battery temperature of 36-38 * C. Nokia was heating up to 43-44 * C! As the temperature is one of the biggest enemies of lithium-ion batteries, Nokia's battery life in theory can fall faster. In practice, we will charge it once every 2-3 days;), so I think it will come out even. Sound: Nokia Nexus The only advantage of Nokia is the volume. The sound in the headphones or in the only bottom speaker has more power than the speaker on the Nexus. - subjectively: Nokia Nexus Unfortunately I didn’t do mega-accurate tests, but the general impression is that components during stress are cooler in Nokia.
Speed: Nokia > Nexus Nokia : Nexus(Atutu) 139505 : 62548 CPU: 63355 : 20547 GPU: 29870 : 21233 UX: 39075 : 17044 MEM: 7205 : 3724
Nokia : Nexus(Basemark OS II) Seq read(MB/s): 281,95 : 234,01 Seq write(MB/s): 209,14 : 60,8 Rand read(MB/s): 56,11 : 16,04 Rand read(IOPS - 4KB): 14364,98 : 4106,72 Rand write(MB/s): 17,9 : 7,36 Rand write(IOPS - 4KB): 4584,44 : 1884,6 SQLite insert(QPS): 341,21 : 319,58 SQLite update(QPS): 513,03 : 233,92 SQLite delete(QPS: 634,87 : 280,33
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Subjective remarks: - external appearance: I like the quality of the phone. It makes a very good impression, much better than the "plastic" Nexus. Thanks to the texture of the back and the higher weight(it’s a heavy phone) it is more comfortable in hand than 5x (which gives the impression of being very light) and is definitely more stable. The width is similar, and thanks to gestures on the fingerprint reader access to the top bar is not significantly more difficult than in 5X. - Fingerprint reader: The position of the reader is more convenient for me, its depth (greater comparing to the one on Nexus) unfortunately makes gestures less comfortable, such as expanding the top bar. The reader could also be a bit larger (it's smaller than the one on Nexus). Fingerprint reader is a lot faster in Nokia. - General impression: A fantastic phone, if only the camera was as good as the one in Nexus :(, but still, when it will be a bit cheaper and without imperfections in optics I will definitely buy it.
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