Another mid-range Nokia phone teased, could be the 7.1 Plus with a mega display
11 October, 2018, 16:29
As mentioned, the Nokia 5.1 Plus is an Android One phone and it comes with stock Android 8.1 Oreo which will be upgraded to Android 9 Pie in the future.
Both the Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 6.1 Plus are armed with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, meaning that they will be able to deliver an equal level of performance. Let's see how soon does Nokia 6.1 gets a pie of Android Pie. Doesn't matter that the phone comes with a MediaTek Helio P60 chipset since the performance is nearly similar to a phone that comes with a Snapdragon 660 and that's a great thing to have at such a low price point. The Nokia 7.1 features a 12MP+5MP setup at the rear face, along with a single 8MP selfie-shooter at the front. For selfies, there is an 8-megapixel camera at the front. With Adaptive Battery, Android 9 Pie uses deep learning to understand patterns in phone usage and prioritises battery power for apps that are important to you. It has the standard 18:9 aspect ratio and the screen is protected by 2.5D glass. The smartphone appears visually appealing and features smooth curved edges.
Despite all the right things about the Nokia 6.1 and the fact that I would recommend it as a great mid-range device, its RM1,100 price tag does not feel like a bargain. Nokia 5.1 plus comes with almost 8mm thickness and looks pretty slim. The phone reviews to rest comfortably in the user's hands. The phone supports internal storage expansion up to 400GB via microSD cards.
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Below the dual camera setup is a fingerprint sensor for security. The phone is excellent and quite lightweight. A feeling of solidity runs all the way through the smartphone, thanks to the 6000 series aluminium CNC machined frame and die cast metal centre. The notch distracts one's attention when playing games or streaming videos on a landscape mode. If you want ultra-affordability, you can pick up the Nokia 5.1 Plus, which costs Rs. 10,999. That said, we are yet to test the performance of the camera in different lighting conditions and only then we will be able to reach a final conclusion. USB Type-C port makes it even more favourable.