HMD Global, which owns the rights to produce smartphones under the Nokia brand, introduced the Nokia 7.1 model for the Russian market. The novelty is equipped with a trendy bang-off display with HDR support and a camera with Zeiss optics, and they ask for it a little.
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Nokia 7.1 became the first Nokia smartphone with support for PureDisplay technology, which provides high contrast and sharpness of the image, as well as improved color reproduction when viewing HDR content. This was reported in a press release received by the editor of Vestey.Hi-tech.
The device is equipped with a 5.84-inch FullHD + screen with an aspect ratio of 19: 9, a dual camera (12 + 5 megapixels) with a two-phase autofocus system, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 is not the most powerful, but economical processor. On the front panel there is an 8-megapixel selfie camera capable of simulating a bokeh effect.
Battery capacity – 3060 mAh. According to USB Type-C, they said in the HMD, the device charges up to 50% in half an hour. It works on the new “clean” Android Oreo (Android One), which will receive security updates for three years. There is an update to Android 9 when this OS version becomes available.