Published: Thu, October 11, 2018
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HMD Global’s Nokia 7.1 can make a ideal budgeted Windows phone replacement

HMD Global’s Nokia 7.1 can make a ideal budgeted Windows phone replacement

In the final promotional video shows the silhouette of a handset, similar in appearance to the Nokia 7.1 Plus.

The exclusivity period that Microsoft held for the Carl Zeiss license is over and has been returned to Nokia for its future camera technologies.

Moving onto the detailed specifications of the Nokia 3.1 Plus, it offers a 6-inch HD+ display on the front with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2.5D curved glass on top. It comes with up to 3GB of RAM and up to 32GB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 400GB.

Initially, the 7.1 Plus teaser was uploaded on Nokia Mobile India's Twitter account but it has been taken down.

The Nokia 7.1 is where design meets engineering excellence, offering the overall product quality, premium materials and finish you expect from a Nokia smartphone.

Featuring a tall display, this Finnish company fits it in a compact form factor.

This theory is supported by the fact that someone couldn't resist and ran some Geekbench tests on a Nokia 7.1 Plus.

The Nokia 5.1 Plus is one of the many Android One phones available in India but it still has one unique thing about itself. There's 3GB of RAM along with 32GB of onboard storage.

The Nokia 3.1 Plus is powered by a 3,500mAh battery. It features a 13MP + 5MP rear camera and an 8MP camera and is powered by a MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core processor. Nokia has proved its point with the Nokia 5.1 Plus that it isn't very hard to create lovely looking smartphones in a lower price range.

In our initial testing, we found out the camera gives decent performance in broad daylight, though it takes some noticeable time in the post-processing, especially, when you apply bokeh effect. Its classy design and the clean software experience make it a good choice.

The Nokia 7.1, Nokia 6.1 Plus and the Nokia 5.1 Plus feature the same 3060mAh battery and they can get charged up using the Type-C USB interface.

The Nokia 3.1 Plus is also an Android One smartphone and it comes with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. If you want ultra-affordability, you can pick up the Nokia 5.1 Plus, which costs Rs. 10,999.

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