Infinix Smart 7+ Plus Price In Nigeria

This is the Infinix Smart 7 Plus, it is the latest entry-level device from Infinix this year, with different visual cues and a successor from last year’s Smart 6 Plus. You are going to know everything about the Smart 7 Plus, including the price before you walk down to that store to get one for yourself.

Infinix Smart 7 Plus Price In Nigeria

The price of a brand new Infinix Smart 7+ Plus in Nigeria is ₦69,000. There may be a little difference in price depending on the store you are buying it from and your location.

Infinix Smart 7 Plus Price In Nigeria
4GB RAM + 64GB ₦69,000
Infinix Smart 7 Plus Price In Nigeria


Infinix Smart 7 Plus Full Specifications

BASIC INFOInfinix Smart 7 Plus Price In Nigeria
NameInfinix Smart 7 Plus
Launch DateFebruary 22nd, 2023
Type of ScreenIPS LCD
Size Of Screen6.6 inches
Resolution720 x 1612
Dimensions163.8 x 75.6 x 8.7mm 
Build MaterialGlass front, plastic back, and frame
Android 12 running on XOS 12
Video recording(Main Camera) 1080p@30fps (Selfie Camera) 720p@30fps
Internal storage64GB
Capacity 6000mAh
FingerprintYes (Rear Mounted)
ColorsPeacock Blue, Polar Black, Coastal Green, and Iceland White,
SIMDual Nano SIM
FM RadioYes
3.5mm jackYes
Infinix Smart 7 Plus Full Specifications


On opening the box, you are greeted with the device itself wrapped in plastic, with some major highlights. Next to it is a regular 10-watt charger just as expected. At this price point, you hardly get a fast charger.

There is a Type-C data cable, which is obviously something new from Infinix’s low-end devices. And I’m happy to say that Infinix has finally done away with the micro USB data cable. You are still getting a free earpiece, a SIM ejector, an Xpark leaflet, MTN free data Redemption card, and a free transparent jelly case, which looks very appealing.

Design & Build Quality

The device feels quite weighty in my hand, and putting a case on it makes the phone go up an extra gram. It doesn’t translate too much in actual weight. And with everything being said, it still doesn’t protect the device that much.

This time around Infinix has improved on the design of the Smart 7 Plus, and you can feel the change when you see the phone or grab it in your hands. Although the device is a bit bulky, as I mentioned earlier, it offers a good grip due to the 3D textual patterns on the rear.

However, there’s nothing special about the design. It looks decent in this color I have here, which Infinix calls Night Black. Plastic is a standard material for a device like this, and that’s what the Smart 7 Plus is made of. It feels solid, well put together, and doesn’t attract fingerprints or smudges.

On the rear, there’s a glowy, six-square-shaped camera island holding two larger-sized camera modules, a dual flashlight, and a backward fingerprint scanner. On the right side, there’s a power button and volume rocker keys. There’s a SIM catcher on the left, and it’s a triple slot, just like its predecessor.

There’s nothing on the top, as you’d expect. At the bottom, it has a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB Type-C port, which is something new and one major difference from the Smart 6 Plus, a speaker grille, and a microphone.

The fingerprint scanner it comes with works 95% of the time. It’s not the fastest in the world, but it’s there to unlock the phone when needed.


The Smart series is known for a bigger screen and the Smart 7 Plus is not exempted. It’s a 6.6-inch IPS LCD display with 500 nits of brightness and HD Plus resolution, which translates to 720 by 1612 pixels.

I have to say that the brightness level here is very decent, and it is a lot brighter than its predecessors. Also, hence the sunlight waterdrop display, as Infinix calls it. While the screen is less vibrant for my taste, at this price point, I think it is decent enough for watching YouTube videos and general media content.

However, it has a Widevine Level 3 certification, so don’t expect to watch movies on OTT apps like Netflix in the highest quality, and it also refreshes at 60Hz.


In the camera department, I’ll simply say you are getting what you are paying for. It comes with a 13-megapixel primary lens and a 0.3-megapixel lens for depth. For an entry-level device, the pictures are not that bad.

Just make sure your subject is well-lit, and you will get a good picture to share straight to social media. If the camera is your main concern in a smartphone, the Infinix Smart 7 Plus is not for you.

Video Recording

When shooting video, you are limited to a maximum of 1080p at 30 frames per second. As expected from an entry-level device, there is no stabilization, which means you’ll have shaky footage and not-so-impressive video quality. So, keep this in mind.

Battery Life

The cameras are obviously not the strength of the Smart 7 Plus, but the battery is. It comes with a 6000mAh battery and doesn’t die easily. No wonder Infinix gave it the name for this power marathon. It is easily a 2-day phone on heavy usage, and it can last for more days if the usage is only minimal. It took nearly 3 hours to fully charge from zero to 100, which is a long time to wait.

Software & UI

The Smart 7 Plus runs on Android 11 with XOS 12 overlay, which is an upgrade from last year’s Smart 6 Plus that came with Android 11 Go Edition OS. It’s a full Android version, which is rare at this price. It has some annoying bloatware, some of which can be disabled or uninstalled. XOS 12 custom skin is quite snappy for most basic tasks, and if you are used to Infinix smartphones, you will be okay with the OS.

Gaming, Processor, RAM & Storage

This is not the device you should buy if you want to play games like PUBG Mobile or Free Fire. But it can handle not-so-demanding games like Subway Surfers, Clash of Clans, and other similar titles.

However, try playing games like eFootball, that’s where the performance will really test your patience, as you can literally see it struggling with the overall gameplay. This is because the processor inside the phone is a 2018 Spectrum Unisoc chipset.

Supporting the processor is 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. I was able to play Call of Duty Mobile but at a low to medium frame rate. Even with that, you should expect the phone’s processing power to test your patience with occasional hiccups here and there. Also, if you have too many background apps, some will automatically close due to the limited amount of RAM it has.


At this price point, the Smart 7 Plus is a device that offers good specs when you compare it with devices. There are different definitions of ‘good,‘ and they change as you move across different price points. Overall, I think it’s a good device for light phone users. It can also be a good secondary phone or a gift to your loved ones.

If you are looking for a better budget Infinix phone to buy, I’ll suggest you add extra cash and go for the Infinix Hot 30 Play.

So, that’s my opinion of the Infinix Smart 7 Plus. Kindly share your thoughts via the section down below, and don’t forget to always visit Pricecondo for more to get the latest phone prices.

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