More information about the Nokia 8.1 is revealed

Nokia 8.1 announced: X7 for the West - news

Nokia 8.1 is official now. All that you need to know

Of course, we have the Poco F1 with Snapdragon 845 SoC at a starting price of Rs 20,999, but the Nokia 8.1 features superior camera hardware and way better design. In case you're planning to buy Nokia 7.1, here's everything you need to know. The phone launched with Android 8.1 Oreo on board, but will most likely receive an update to Android 9.0 Pie as soon as it's available for purchase. It brings a 6.18-inch display with a FHD+ (2246x1080) resolution and 18.7:9 aspect ratio.

The device is also said to be capable of taking "superior" images under challenging light situations.

By shipping with Android Oreo™ out of the box, you'll be able to enjoy the latest features, including Google Lens, picture-in-picture for multitasking, Google Play Instant to discover and run apps with minimal friction, and battery-saving features like limiting background app use. It also gets the PureDisplay screen technology that was first introduced with the Nokia 7.1. There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor under the hood along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage. It features a two-tone design, and is built out of 6000-Series aluminium that has diamond cut edges and has been through two anodising processes, the company claims. But this is not a new device, its just the Nokia X7 arriving in the Western market. Included in the launch mix are Blue/Silver, Steel/Copper, and Iron/Steel.

-The Nokia 8.1 rear camera is AI-enabled and automatically detects scenes. The device packs a dual camera setup at the rear. On that note, the phone is powered by a 3500mAh battery, and supports fast charging. The primary sensor gets a 1.4 micron pixel, OIS, EIS and 2PD support. The phone also sports At the front, the phone features a 0.9µm 20MP sensor. The secondary sensor will offer depth sensing. Connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, VoWiFi, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS/ A-GPS, FM radio, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and USB Type-C port.

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