The Nokia 7.1 makes its way to the US with a $350 price tag
The Nokia 7.1 was launched at the start of the month. Unlike its direct predecessor, the Nokia 7, the Nokia 7.1 has made the trip over to the US, with it going on sale a few days ago.
The Nokia 7.1 sports a 5.84-inch FHD+ display, which is a nice touch considering the new trend of devices with display sizes north of 6”. The display is, of course, notched, but that has been a design feature on most Nokia phones this year, so it’s almost expected. The mid-ranger is powered by a Snapdragon 636, a significant improvement over the Snapdragon 630 seen on last year’s China-exclusive Nokia 7.
At the back of the Nokia 7.1 are two cameras: a 12 MP main sensor with f/1.8 aperture, and a 5 MP depth sensor for bokeh. There’s also a traditional fingerprint sensor residing there. At the front is an 8 MP selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture. The device gets its juice from a 3060 mAh battery, chargeable via a Type-C port. A headphone jack is available.
The Nokia 7.1 runs on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and but is billed to receive Pie before the end of November, about expected considering HMD Global’s stellar history with updates. The Nokia 7.1 is available on Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy. It ships with a $350 price tag.