HMD Global added to its burgeonoing Nokia range by announcing the Nokia 7.1 at an event in London. Because of this, we have to assume Pie will come shortly after the launch of this phone, and since it is an Android One device, rest assured that it will come in a timely manner.
Front and centre is the phone's 5.84in, 2,244 x 1,080 resolution IPS display, with a rather chunky bezel underneath and a narrow notch digging in to the top of the screen. While the base global model of the handset offers only 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage space, the one that's set to be available in the USA will feature twice as much flash memory and 4GB of RAM.
A PixelWorks chip adjusts contrast according to environmental conditions as well as enables the handset to display HDR10 video and upgrade SDR to HDR, too.
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For a sub-£300 phone, the Nokia 7.1 has the specs you might expect.
As expected, HMD Global, the brand that holds the license to make and sell Nokia smartphones, has unveiled its latest handset. Also of note is that the Nokia 7.1 includes a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is something not all smartphones can say. As far as imaging performance is concerned, the Nokia 7.1 seems like one of the best performers in its price bracket and should be more than enough for all but the most demanding of users. In both cases, you get microSD card support up to 400GB. CameraDual-camera Zeiss optics in back consist of a 12 MP, f/1.8 sensor paired with a 5 MP sensor used for depth information in portrait modes. For selfies, there is an 8MP fixed focus camera with f/2.0 aperture.
While the Nokia 7.1's specifications may not give a Galaxy S9 or LG V40 ThinQ sleepless nights, on paper at least, HMD is counting on smarter camera tech to give the phone an edge. Optional will be the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds, a pair of compact AirPods rivals that offer up to 3.5 hours of music playback or 4 hours of talktime in a splash-resistant IPX4-rated design. It runs stock Android Oreo out-of-the-box, with an update to Android Pie scheduled to arrive soon. The phone comes in a Gloss Midnight Blue finish as well as Gloss Steel and will be available for pre-sale online at Amazon, Best Buy and B&H starting tomorrow, October 5. The phone isn't coming to India for now and will be eyeing its buyers in the Europe first up with pricing set at 299 and 349 Euros. In the US, the base model, which features 3GB RAM along with 32GB of storage will cost $349, while the European Union version will get it for €319.