Noa N7 Ceramic Phone to Push the Boundaries of Mobile Photography


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NOA – as a well established European phone brand – will be present at the next Mobile World Congress taking place in Barcelona starting February 26th. At the event, the company is going to show off their latest NOA N7, a smartphone coming with a 5.7-inch display featuring an 18:9 aspect ratio as well as a ceramic case, improved camera capabilities, Face ID, Face Beautify software and an affordable price tag to go along with it. Let’s have a closer look!

Noa N7

The first two thing that standout about the device are its sleek design and the wonderful Royal Blue ceramic body. Both choices that make the smartphone look very elegant.

What makes this phone special though, is its camera. It’s in fact able to snap very detailed and high quality photos, something you’ll experience when zooming in the images you just captured. The N7 does indeed feature 2 x 16MP Sony IMX 298 image sensor on the back, this combo will enable you to create photos with a resolution of up to 80MP using oversampling technology.

Noa N7

The front 16MP selfie camera will then support Face ID and Face Beauty functionalities. This means that you’ll be able to unlock your smartphone by scanning your face, which adds extra functionality in this price range, meanwhile selfies will look sharper, more detailed and always show the best version of you.

Users who like to listen to music will also enjoy themselves with NOA N7, thanks to the world’s famous DTS sound technology. DTS Sound is an all-in-one audio solution that offers improved stereo sound quality, internal speaker optimization, and creates a panoramic audio experience while using earbuds.

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The NOA N7 is based on the Mediatek MT6750 octa-core processor with a 1.5GHz frequency along with 4GB of RAM ad 64GB of internal storage (expandable to up to 120GB via microSD). As previously mentioned, the phone features a 5.7-inch display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and HD+ (1440×720) resolution. NOA’s N7 also comes with a 3.300mAh battery and will run the latest Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.

The NOA N7 is expected to be launched with a price tag of up to 250€.

Bonus Video: Noa N7 80MP Photo Shooting

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