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Thursday, December 20, 2018

Nokia 7.1 concrete review comes out with sleek design neat android type insight

Nokia 7.1 review: Stands out with sleek style and neat android One expertise
The Nokia 7.1 is the 1st to feature "Pure Display" screen technology for HDR10 cinematic quality diversion.

H.M.D Global, the Finnish company that manufactures and markets the long lasting Nokia branded phones, has launched devices in India at a gradual pace this year.

Its mid-priced smartphones, as well as the Nokia 7 and that was launched in April, were received fairly well in the highly-competitive Indian smartphone landscape.

The telephone set maker's focus has been on producing value-for-money devices for the price-conscious Indian consumers with smart hardware and neat android One expertise.

Its latest giving, the Nokia 7.1 Plus, could be a new mid-ranger that comes in a single configuration of 4GB RAM with 64GB on-board storage for Rs 19,999.

The device is the first to feature "PureDisplay" screen technology for HDR10 cinematic-quality diversion.

Talking about its biggest USP -- "PureDisplay" screen technology that allows HDR10 support on the show -- indeed translated into deeper distinction and vivid colors on supported applications.

HDR10 basically converts sd content into HDR content on supported apps.

The full HD+ 5.84-inch screen with 19:9 ratio was the most effective feature of the smartphone.

However, the smartphone does not compromise on style either, that was clearly visible as presently as we picked it up; the aluminium frame set over glass rendered an appealing design to the phone.

Our gloss midnight blue review unit looked stunning once delayed in light. However, the glass back also meant the phone becomes a fingerprint magnet.

Despite the use of glass in the front and back, the phone felt as solid in our hands.

In the middle sits a vertically stacked dual-lens camera set-up while the fingerprint detector sits slightly below it.

Talking about the front of the phone, there is a notch, although it absolutely was smaller than several different handsets, so giving us ample space to either side for the status bar.

The addition of a standard 3.5-mm phone jack and futuristic USB type-C fast-charging surely were added bonuses.

The rear camera set-up includes a main 12MP detector with an f/1.8 aperture, and a secondary 5MP lens. The ZEISS tuned camera allow us to take some pretty smart footage with enough details and smart dynamic range. we significantly liked how the shooter handled close-up shots.

Low-light imaging was satisfactory and at par with most smartphones in the same value section. there is an 8MP lens within the front for selfies that also supports the much-talked about portrait-style Bokeh result.

Thanks to android One, this can be a straightforward to understand device sans any bloatware which also suggests that there are not any needless apps.

There's a Qualcomm snapdragon 636 system on chip (SoC) on-board that definitely isn't a flagship chipset. However, the handset handled most tasks, as well as browsing multiple social media accounts and videos pretty smoothly.

What does not work?

The 3060mAh battery is often average and would barely last each day on one charge. we also detected the phone was performing a touch sluggishly on certain occasions that included heavy gaming.

Conclusion: The Nokia 7.1 stands call at this value section, courtesy its design language. The sleek, glass sandwich style is to be thought of and then will the neat android One experience.
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