HMD Global had unveiled the Nokia 7 Plus smartphone at the MWC 2018 conference held in February this year. The phone subsequently made it to the Indian markets in April 2018. The company later rolled out an update in May to bring dual 4G VoLTE support to the smartphone. However, many users complained of VoLTE issues on their devices after installing the update. Now to resolve the issue, Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer at HMD Global stated that the company has fixed the aforementioned issue in the form of an OTA update. He also said that the updated has been rolled out on the server side so no manual intervention is required any further.
After the June security update was rolled out for the Nokia 7 Plus, many users started facing issues with VoLTE services that include Reliance Jio VoLTE as well. To recall, the Nokia 7 Plus was equipped with 4G VoLTE support only in the primary SIM slot and the secondary SIM did not have this feature. This is why the company decided to roll out the update last month to enable dual-SIM VoLTE support. Sarvikas stated on Twitter that all these issues faced by 4G VoLTE users has been fixed in the new update and it has been rolled out on the server side. This means the users will not have to download the OTA update manually and install the same.
Coming to the availability of the Nokia 7 Plus in India, the smartphone comes with a price tag of Rs 25,999 and is now available via Amazon, Nokia brand stores and other third-party stores like Chroma and Reliance Digital. The smartphone is available in Black/Copper and White/Copper color variants. Some of the most promising features of the handset include 6-inch bezel-less display, dual rear cameras with Zeiss Optics, big battery and a sturdy body.