Nokia X7 Review

5 January 2019, 15:13:33

Nokia X7 Review
Nokia X7 is available at promotional prices on Gearbest in several variants: black 6GB+128GB, midnight blue 4GB+64GB and silver 4GB+64GB.

OS, UI and software

Nokia X7 arrives with a customized version of Android 8.1 Oreo, which Nokia has promised to update to Android 9 Pie. However, the customizations are not overwhelming and you will enjoy a traditional Android Oreo experience. The Lock Screen contains the standard shortcuts to the Voice Search and Camera applications, positioned in the bottom left and right corner, respectively. If you have set up Face ID and/or fingerprint ID, the corresponding face and fingerprint icons will also be displayed on the Lock screen. The default unlock type is a simple swipe but you can change that from the Security settings. When you land on the Home Screen, you'll see a Time and Date widget, a Weather widget, a row with favourite apps and a docked row of applications at the bottom. This is the default Home screen style with a single layer, so not all applications are available straight away. From the Home screen settings you can choose dual-layer Home screen style, which will display icons and apps in the traditional way - you can access all apps after a swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen. When you install new apps, they will appear in this main list and on desktops successive to the Home Screen. Desktop shortcuts are supported and a swipe to the right from the Home screen opens the launcher assistant - a tray with shortcuts to favourite apps and services, which you can customize to fit your needs better. The Task Manager tiles the apps vertically and supports split-screen mode. For every app, you get the following icons - for closing the app, entering the split-screen mode (for those that support this), for locking the app and thus protecting it from being cleared and for app scaling - if an app supports this feature, it can be optimized to run in full-screen mode.
A touch and hold on an empty space on any of the desktops opens the Widgets Menu. It contains a good choice of wallpapers and widgets as well as two icon styles plus more that can be downloaded. Of course, there are Home Screen settings - icons layout grid, launcher assistant toggle, icon shape choices, auto align, icon badges, app invisibility, Home screen style (single/dual layer). The Notification cards are traditional Android Oreo ones and support notification snoozing and channels. When you swipe gently a notification card, you will see two icons. The first one sets a time period after which the notification will appear again. The second one leads to the settings for the notification channel of the app. The background colour of the Quick Settings shade is not the stock Android Oreo one but the layout of the elements is classic with 9 toggles per page instead of 6. At the top of the screen, the status bar icons are positioned followed by the brightness level bar and the toggles themselves. Below them, the current date with the toggle editor and shortcut to the System Settings appears. The Volume and Power off shades are traditional Android Oreo ones. It looks like that with time the customized Android version on the China-bound Nokia X models deepens.
Nokia X7 arrives with Google Play services pre-installed but this app has to be accessed from the App management menu in the System Settings. No other Google applications are pre-installed. Even the default Android apps such as the Phone and Messenger have undergone minor customizations. The File Manager has a typical appearance for UIs originating from Chinese manufacturers - a group of folders that list files in categories and shortcuts to the phone storage and, if available, SD card storage and OTG storage. The Clock and Calculator are in their default Android appearance and functionality, while the Sound Recorder and Radio have their own design options. The Browser is the traditional one found on UIs from Chinese OEMs with all flexible options for day and night time viewing, add blocks, etc. The Notes and Calendar applications are quite simple with a customized design. Nokia has also created its own App Store application and a Themes one from where you can download themes, wallpapers, ringtones and fonts for free. There are a customized Gallery application and a Weather app. The Phone Clone is available as an option from the System Settings and as a separate application.
The Smart Tuner application functions as the usual Security application on other UIs. It is a tool for monitoring and optimizing the performance of your smartphone. It contains a Task Manager tab, Cleaner, Virus Scan, Blocklist, Data usage, Dual Apps, App Manager and Permissions, Lockscreen options. Nokia X7 also has a four popular and widely used applications in China - AliPay, Weibo, WeChat, and Amap.
The Settings menu is not an entirely traditional Android Oreo one. It begins with a search bar that does not exist in the stock Android Oreo versions. The search bar is followed by a list of suggestions and the different groups of settings are listed after that. The first group (Network & Internet) manages your Wi-Fi connections, Tethering and Hotspot, SIM cards, data usage, mobile networks, VPN connections and airplane mode. The second group is about connectivity as well but this time it is about devices - Bluetooth, Printing services, USB, Cast display. The third group manages your application permissions, special app access, default apps and notifications. The fourth group is the Battery menu but that will be discussed in the corresponding section of this review. The Memory group is fifth and lets you monitor and manage your device's memory. Then the Display group arrives with a brightness level bar, Eye protection mode (which can be manually adjusted and scheduled), Adaptive brightness options, White balance with a level bar for manual adjustment of the colour temperature, Status bar style (with or without notch), Ambient display, Tap to wake, Navigation bar options (on-screen buttons or on-screen gestures), and Status bar menu from where you can choose which icons should appear in the status bar. The Sound menu comes next and manages all the standard options - ringtones, volume bars, vibrations, DND mode, emergency alerts, etc.
The eighth group of settings is called Gestures and from here you can enable or disable Jump to the camera, One-hand mode, Swipe fingerprint for notifications, Double-click the status bar/navigation bar to turn off the screen, Smart alert, Mute on pickup, etc. The Advanced group of options is ninth and contains four interesting services. The first one is the Intelligence Recognition. If you turn it on, your device will be able to recognize objects on images as well as text and offer related services. The second service is the AI floating touch which is an alternative way for navigation. The third is the App Twins, which allows you to have two versions of one and the same application and log in with two different accounts from your smartphone. The fourth service under Advanced is the Game Assistant. It allows you to manage the behaviour of your notifications and calls during gaming, manage the AI floating touch and optimize performance. The next menu is the Storage one - it arrives with options for freeing up space and storage management.
The Security & Location group of options comes eleventh. They begin with the usual Google Play Protect, Find My Device, and Security Update. It then continues with the security options - screen lock type, lock screen settings, fingerprint and face ID settings and Smart Lock. The rest of the options include location settings, password management, SIM card lock, screen pinning, encryption, apps with usage access. The fingerprint settings are complemented by options for payments that are authorized with your fingerprint ID. In Oreo, the Users and Accounts menus are merged into one and in this case, besides adding/removing accounts, you can also set up emergency data and contacts plus toggling on/off automatic data synchronizing between the device and your account(s). There's a toggle for adding users from the Lock screen as well. The Accessibility group of options follows containing all the usual features such as screen readers, advanced display options, interaction controls, audio and on-screen text, experimental. This group is followed by the Google one that manages in full your account there. System is the name of the last group of settings. In addition to the usual Languages & Input with autofill service, Date & Time, Backup and Reset, you also get a System Update menu and About Phone.

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