The phone looks absolutely gorgeous. Nokia smartphones have long encouraged digital downtime with the inclusion of Nokia 3310 and 8110 to our range supporting time off from scrolling. 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.
Initially, the 7.1 Plus teaser was uploaded on Nokia Mobile India's Twitter account but it has been taken down. The Nokia 6.1 Plus sports a 5.8-inch FHD+ (2280x1080) display with a 19:9 aspect ratio. Only the back side of the phone is shown in the video. The dual-tone LED flash is also visible in the invitation, along with the announcement date: October 16. The base version of the Nokia 7.1 offers 3GB RAM + 32GB of internal storage, while the top-end model provides 4GB RAM and 64GB of inbuilt memory. You will find the volume keys as well as the power button on the right. The bottom, on the other hand, houses the speaker grill, a USB Type-C port, and another microphone. This will be an IPS LCD screen with an FHD+ resolution. "To See the Bigger Picture" and "A Mega Display is Coming" are the captions spotted in the video.
The primary shooter is a 16MP sensor, and the front-facing shooter is an 8MP sensor.
All three handsets in this comparison feature a dual-camera at the back, but with a different configuration.
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The rear cameras worked well when the photos were taken in daylight and the colors and details in the photos are decent.
The new camera UI gives you ultimate control of white balance, ISO, focus and shutter speed using the Pro Camera Mode. Its classy design and the clean software experience make it a good choice. At the front, there is an 8-megapixel sensor for capturing selfies. Under the hood, there is an octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 (MT6762) SoC, coupled with 2GB RAM and 3GB RAM options.
Coming to the battery, the phone has a 3060mAh battery and with a 720p screen, the battery life that the phone gives is wonderful. The smartphone could pack a 3,400mAh battery. The User Interface is quite basic and exactly the same as any other stock Android device that runs Android 8.1 Oreo. HMD Global is among a few brands that have been part of Google's beta program for Android 9 Pie. Furthermore, Nokia has proved to the world that it is quick to offer firmware updates and the phones produced have always featured great build quality. If you want ultra-affordability, you can pick up the Nokia 5.1 Plus, which costs Rs. 10,999.