Nokia 7.1 Review:
The Nokia 7.1 it’s a mid-range phone but it’s currently the most powerful phone. Nokia 7.1 Review you can see the design is strictly Nokia like the Nokia 6.1 and Nokia 3.1. Other devices from before there’s actual glass here though on the back no wireless charging though.
Nokia 7.1 Review on Display:
It has an 85% glass surface with 2.5 D curved glass. HMD said it’s using toughened glass in the back and Gorilla Glass 3 on the front. It’s pretty compact with just a 5.8 for full HD plus screen. It has a 19/9 aspect ratio.
It’s pretty narrow it’s easy to reach all corners from the screen. The phone also feels lightweight. We also love superb metal build quality the edges are chamfered for a nice dual tone look. The awesome glass steel colour is our favourite. It comes with copper accents and of course. If you go for the midnight blue you’ll get silver accents.
Nokia 7.1 Review on Design:
Nokia is also shifting towards bezel as designs and that’s apparent 27.1 with its notch design. What’s more interesting is this screen has native HDR 10 support. You watch HDR content from apps like YouTube and Netflix you’re getting pretty great quality. That’s usually reserved for more expensive phones. This phone will automatically convert any standard definition video to HDR it won’t be a dramatic difference. I
Nokia 7.1 Review Ram & Processor:
When compared side-to-side performance wise this is powered by the Snapdragon 636 processor with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The only option in the US but a 4 GB ram version with 32 GB of storage is available globally.
There is also a microSD card slot for more storage. If needed we didn’t notice any issues with performance scrolling around the operating system. Here the interface is clean and simple to use and the other benefit is that there’s also the promise of three years of monthly security updates.
Nokia 7.1 Review on OS:
The Nokia 7.1 is launching with Android Oreo but it will be getting Android Pi at the end of November software wise. There’s not a lot else HMV has added there is an adaptive display. What you’re doing to adjust the screens colour tones brightness and luminosity. This was introduced in Android Pi but it’s actually available in the 7.1 despite.
Nokia 7.1 Review on Camera:
It being on Oreo there are two cameras on the back and both two uses. It’s a 12 megapixel F 1.8 lens with a 5-megapixel lens for depth sensing willing to do more testing here. The camera seems to be quite snappy so far.
We’re happy that dual phase detection autofocus is available as is HDR live bouquet HM Dee’s portrait mode. You change the blur intensity before you take a photo. It’s also available for the 8-megapixel front camera. But that just uses software to create the blur the most interesting addition. A camera is both e mode where you can take photos of the front and rear camera at the same time.
You can slide the bar between the two cameras to make one show more than the other. You can also take a photo with one camera first then compose the second camera and capture.
Nokia 7.1 Review Battery:
It instead of only doing both at the same time battery wise it’s a 3060 mah battery inside with USB C fast charging. That should provide a day of use but will have to do a little more testing to confirm.
Nokia 7.1 Review on Price:
The Nokia 7.1 costs Rs-16990/- and pre-orders start on October 5th it will be available through Amazon Best Buy. It will start shipping on October 28th. If you want to see it before you buy it starting November 4th. It will be available at numerous Best Buy stores around the country.