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New Nokia smartphone will hit the market with megadoppler

11 October 2018

The recent teaser of the alleged Nokia 7.1 Plus is particular about the display of the phone. It has a vertically-positioned dual-camera setup at the back, below which lies the fingerprint scanner.

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

What this means is that your content, if it is HDR-capable, will playback in HDR format, increasing image, and video quality as a result. Furthermore, the recent TENAA listing suggests that the phone is expected to come with a 6.18-inch full-HD+ (1080x2246 pixels) TFT display with an 18.7:9 aspect ratio.

If the $500 mark is your limit for a smartphone, Nokia is going to try to tempt you with a mid-range mobile offering pure Android and more. The Nokia 7.1 Plus will cost Rs 25,999 for the base variant.

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The Nokia 7.1 delivers a bigger experience without a bigger handset to offer you a stunning smartphone that fits as easily into your pocket as it does in your hand. The phone will be available in 2GB RAM + 16GB and 3GB RAM + 32GB storage options. It should be noted that all smartphones in this comparison can have their existing storage increased via microSD card slot, so it is not like you are being limited here. You can also roll-back to Oreo if the Android Pie Beta breaks your phone.

Nokia confirmed just last week that it would be rolling out the first wave of Android Pie updates to devices this month, beginning with phones running on the Snapdragon 600-series. The smartphone could pack a 3,400mAh battery.

With the Nokia 6.1, the cameras feel like they have been vastly improved. On the front, the device sports an 8MP selfie camera with f/2.4 aperture and 1.12um pixel size. It has a secondary 5-megapixel sensor with an f/2.4 aperture for capturing depth information. It is kept alive by a 3500mAh battery. However, Both the Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 6.1 Plus get support for fast-charging, but the Nokia 5.1 Plus has been left out here.

Without the bloatware, the performance of the Nokia 6.1 is as good as any device with higher specifications.

New Nokia smartphone will hit the market with megadoppler