Published: Fri, October 05, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

Nokia 7.1 launched: First impressions

Nokia 7.1 launched: First impressions

Latest in the Finnish firm's reboot of the Nokia smartphone range, the Nokia 7.1 packs dual rear cameras with Zeiss optics.

The available colours for the Nokia 7.1 are Gloss Midnight Blue and Gloss Steel.

The Nokia 7.1 has been officially unveiled at a launch event in London, promising improved Zeiss optics, a handsome viewing experience and a new generation of Nokia design.

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With a super screen and premium design, there's little to dislike about the Nokia 7.1.

The notch has allowed Nokia to squeeze a 5.8-inch Full HD+ display into the physical footprint of a smaller handset.

There's a better resolution than on the 7 Plus for starters, 2,244×1,080 and a whopping 1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. The display supports HDR 10 and is also capable of converting SDR to HDR in real time.

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Under the hood, you'll find a Snapdragon 636 chipset, which HMD says will offer enhanced performance while keeping power consumption down. The base model features 32GB of internal storage, while the 4GB RAM variant features memory that has been bumped up to 64GB. At the launch event of Nokia 7.1, HMD Global confirmed that it would be rolling out Android 9 Pie update to the Nokia 6.1 Plus by the end of this month.

Nokia's return to the smartphone market by way of HMD has already made an impact thanks to affordable hardware and clean Android One software. For selfies, the phone relies on its 8MP f/2.0 front camera. There's support for "Bothies" as well, and they can be live streamed directly to Facebook and YouTube. It's one of the few earbuds out there to support Bluetooth 5.0, and the charging case uses USB Type-C instead of the dying micro-USB connector.

The 3,060mAh battery should provide upwards of a day of use, but we'll be sure to test this when we get our review sample. The smartphone will be on pre-order starting on October 5 with actual shipments coming on October 28. While the Nokia 7.1 will retailing from Euro 299, the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds comes with price tag of Euro 129. Pricing and Availability U.S. versions will come only in 4/64 GB (expandable to 400GB via MicroSD) configuration, priced at $349, while globally the Nokia 7.1 will be offered in this same configuration for €349, and a 3/32 GB setup for €319. Optional will be the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds, a pair of compact AirPods rivals that offer up to 3.5 hours of music playback or 4 hours of talktime in a splash-resistant IPX4-rated design.

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These earphones come with a headband that sits comfortably around the user's neck.

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