Nokia 7.1 is the latest mid-range smartphone in the HMD Global offer, which has just been officially released. Nokia 7.1 is especially tempting with the ZEISS optics on a double paper camera, with a nice PureDisplay processor and screen with HDR10 support. It is a pity that the price is high.
Nokia 7.1 has a PureDisplay screen
Nokia 7.1 was equipped with a 5.84-inch screen , which was enclosed in a housing with dimensions of 149.7 x 71.18 x 7.99-9.14 mm, so it fills 80% of the front. The panel was made in IPS technology and has a 19: 9 aspect ratio, Full HD + resolution (2244 × 1080) and a notch in the upper part. Hidden in it, among others 8-megapixel selfie camera.The screen itself is called PureDisplay and supports HDR10 technology. The producer also made sure that the display would automatically improve the quality of the displayed image, which is due to the development of the original engine. I do not think that any other average student would boast of such screen possibilities, although similarly priced, older flaggers can do it too (I will mention the price).
Dual camera and ZEISS optics
In Nokia 7.1, we find a double camera in which the ZEISS optics were used. The main unit has 12 MP (f / 1.8), and an additional 5 MP (f / 2.4) and is used to detect depth to nicely separate the background from the photographed person.There is a Pro Camera (professional) on board that allows you to control the most important parameters of photos, as well as support for Google Lens, Dual-Sight (recording from two cameras at once), recording sound in Nokia OZO Audio and video in HDR. The optical image stabilization has run out of happiness – we only get digital access.
Components and additional information
The unit that drives Nokia 7.1 is perfectly known to us Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 . SoC is composed of an octa-core processor clocked up to 1.8 GHz and a graphics system Adreno 509. In the case of Nokia 7.1, we also get 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of memory for files. It's a good enough set for Nokia 7.1 to run smoothly, especially when combined with pure Android, though it's a shame that the Oreo version. Nokia promises, however, a quick update to the Pie version, because the smartphone belongs to the Android One program .What else is worth knowing about Nokia 7.1? The phone received a battery with a capacity of 3060 mAh with fast charging Quick Charge 3.0, Dual SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, a GPS and LTE modem (cat 6), a USB connector type C, NFC and a headphone jack 3.5 mm. All components are enclosed in a housing made of two sheets of glass, connected by an aluminum frame series 6000.
Nokia 7.1 – price and availability
Such a Nokia 7.1 should soon be available for sale in Europe (in October), and thus also in Poland (mid-month). The smartphone price was set at 319 euros (about 1375 zlotys) for the 3GB / 32GB version and 349 euros (about 1500 zlotys) for the 4GB / 64GB variant. We in Poland will get only a weaker version … for a stronger price, ie for PLN 1499 . It is not cheap – unless Nokia 7.1 has some advantages over similarly priced mediums, for similar money we will buy a lot of older flagships, which also can boast of screens with HDR support, and by the way have stronger components and often better cameras (or at least comparable).Source: Nokia