Nokia 7.1 announced with mid range specifications

HMD global launched another premium looking device Nokia 7.1 and they added some great specs in the device along the beautiful finishing of aluminum and glass at the front and back. This device followed the pattern of it’s previous serious of Nokia 5.1 and 6.1 with the same style notch display and dual primary camera along finger touch sensor at the back.

Nokia announced this device earlier today in a launch event in United Kingdom and device will be available in the markets by October 28th. We have seen these type of new devices coming up rapidly in the vast mobile market where other cheap Chinese manufacturers are making some of the high end devices in very cheap price. This makes a real tough ground for Nokia to play when they are already struggling to retrieve their previous lost name.

Nokia 7.1 Specifications

Well coming back to the Nokia 7.1 specs, the device came up with a 5.8 inches notch display having a resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and with a pixel density of 432 ppi. Nokia chooses to stick with the LCD technology as it makes the device a little cheap than using the AMOLED display. There are two variants of this device, the 32 GB model is coming up with 3 GB of RAM whereas, the 64 GB model is having extended 4 GB RAM. These both variants are capable of installing SD memory upto 400 GB. This device is powered by Octa-core Snapdragon 636 processor and graphics is controlled by Adreno 509 GPU.

Jumping into camera section and Nokia 7.1, just like it’s predecessor is equipped with a dual 12 MP camera sensor, that is capable of recording full HD videos in multiple frame rates. The front facing camera is having 8 MP sensor for taking some bright selfies. This whole hardware is powered by 3060 mAh battery, that seems quite enough for every day activities.

The rough price tag of Nokia 7.1 is expected to be in between $300 to $350.

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