Back in 2017, HMD Global started making high-end, mid-range, and budget Nokia-branded smartphones, each running Android One or Go. Since then, the company has released more than a couple of interesting handsets, one of which is the Nokia 7.1.
Nokia 7.1 full specs
You can find the list of Nokia 7.1 specs in the table below:
FHD+ (2,280 x 1,080)
19:9 with notch
2.5D curved front Corning Gorilla Glass 3
|SoC||Qualcomm Snapdragon 636|
|RAM||3GB or 4GB LPPDDR4x|
|Storage||32GB or 64GB
MicroSD expansion up to 400GB
|Cameras||Dual main cameras:
Dual 2nd: 5MP BW/FF/F2.4/1.12um
8MP FF/F2.0/FOV 84°
Flash: Dual flash
|Audio||3.5mm audio jack
Fast charging compatible
USB Type-C port (USB 2.0)
|Software||Android One 8.1 Oreo (upgradable to Android 9.0 Pie)|
|Dimensions and weight||149.7 x 71.18 x 7.99mm
160g, Display to body ratio: ~80%
Camera bump 1.152mm
|SIM slot||Dual SIM model:
Dual nano SIM or nano SIM + MicroSD
Single SIM model:
nano SIM + MicroSD
|Colors||Gloss Midnight Blue, Gloss Steel|
Starting with the front of the Nokia 7.1, the smartphone sports a 5.84-inch 2,280 x 1,080 resolution display that supports HDR10. And yes, the handset does have a notch.
Under the hood, the Nokia 7.1 specs include a Snapdragon 636, 3GB or 4GB of RAM, 32GB or 64GB of built-in memory, and a 3,060mAh battery. Fortunately, you can increase the phone’s storage up to 400GB using a microSD card and get the battery back to 50 percent in 30 minutes using the included USB Type-C fast charger.
Nokia focused heavily on camera features.
Continuing with the dual rear camera trend, the Nokia 7.1 features a 12MP primary sensor with an f1.8 aperture alongside a 5MP camera with an f2.4 aperture. Around front, the handset has an 8MP sensor with an f2.0 aperture.
With this phone, Nokia focused heavily on camera features. In addition to offering a pro mode that allows users to change individual camera parameters, both the front and rear camera feature a “Live Bokeh” mode. With it, users can adjust the portrait effect, making the background more or less blurry depending on their preference.
Lastly, just like most new Nokia smartphones, the Nokia 7.1 ships as part of Android One. Out of the box, it’s running Android 8.1 Oreo, but HMD Global has already released an over-the-air update for the Nokia 7.1 to Android 9 Pie.
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