The latest Android-powered smartphone, the Nokia 7.1, has just been unveiled by Nokia's current daddy HMD Global at a press conference in central London, Britain. 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. This 19:9 panel features an FHD+ resolution of 2,280 by 1,080 pixels and functions as a more conventional 18:9 (2:1) screen when not accounting for its notch. The display supports HDR 10 and is also capable of converting SDR to HDR in real time.
If you're looking to spend a little less, you may find the Nokia Pro Wireless Earphones a little easier on the wallet.
HMD has also touted the camera capabilities of the new phone.
The Nokia 7.1 features a 3060mAh battery that can be charged via Type-C USB port and fortunately, the smartphone supports fast-charging that takes the battery life from 0-50 percent in 30 minutes. It slots underneath the Nokia 7 Plus, with a screen that's 0.6-inches smaller and some more modest specs. In the US, you'll get 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage while some markets will get a cheaper model with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The front has an 8MP selfie camera with f/2.0 AI-enhanced face unlock feature. In terms of optics, the Nokia 7.1 sports 12MP RGB sensor with f/1.8 aperture and a 5MP Monochrome sensor with f/2.4 aperture.
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In a world where flagship smartphones have crossed the $1,000 boundary, HMD Global has tapped into the price/performance market by introducing the Nokia 7.1. Nokia has also added the Pro Camera, allowing you to fiddle with advanced settings when taking an image - and updated its dual capture "Bothie" mode to offer additional customization over your live streams.
The company also announced the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds which comes with a charging case. HMD says that will be upgraded to Android 9 Pie shortly after launch, and the Nokia 7.1 will be part of Google's Android One program. As for the software, the handset is running Android 8.1 Oreo, but since it belongs to the Android One lineup, there are several benefits to this.
Yes, it's coming to the U.S. The Nokia 6.1 Plus, priced in India at Rs. 15,999, will be available at 12pm IST via Flipkart - and though it is also available to buy via the Nokia e-store, the site doesn't give the users the option to login to make the purchase. The base model of the handset that won't be sold in the USA will start at €319 in Europe, whereas the more powerful one should feature a €349 price tag.