Vodafone Smart Platinum 7 Review
Vodafone smart platinum 7 comes to branded smartphone, customer expectation for this phone rarely high. This device company is network operators to paddle out cheap. Customer experience and device quality, or value for money, comes second.
But now there’s the Vodafone Smart Platinum 7 which, on paper, and in our experience, seems to be great value for money. Is it the one device to turn around our presumptions?
This device look like amazing for its essentially a metal frame between two sheets of corning gorilla glass . The glass finish is totally attractive . Its looks and feels like a premium phone. What’s more, this glass curves to its edges.
The Smart Platinum 7 has feel and finish of a much more expensive device. Unless you get fingerprints all over it, which happens all too easily. You may want to carry a microfibre cloth around everywhere if you hate seeing smeary prints all over it.
Like the OnePlus 3, the Platinum 7 costs around the £300 mark. That means some compromises on account of budget, but the screen isn’t one of those. It boasts a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, commonly known as Quad HD, so images and text are sharp and smooth, while the use of an AMOLED panel means colours are vibrant.
Within the screen settings, you can change colour balance if you want to make the appearance cooler or warme, or set colours to be more or less vivid. To our eyes the Smart Platinum 7 looks good as is, straight out of the box. However, sometimes colours alter a little when looking at the phone from an angle – whites sometimes get a blue or pink tint depending on which angle you’re looking at it from, and whether there’s any light reflecting off the surface.
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