HMD Global, expanding a smartphone portfolio, introduced a new Nokia 7.1 smartphone during an eventuality in London this month. The reward mid-range smartphone facilities Carl Zeiss branded twin camera lenses during a behind that is one of a pivotal highlights of a new Nokia 7.1. The phone sports a 5.84-inch HDR-10 agreeable arrangement with a nick on top. Encased in potion body, a phone shares nearby matching pattern cues to that of a Nokia 6.1 Plus, with winding edges and behind cameras built vertically.
The Nokia 7 Plus that done a entrance in Aug this year, and shares Carl Zeiss branded twin lenses matching to a latest mid-range Nokia model. However, a megapixel units on a phone differ to that of a Nokia 7.1. The Nokia 7 Plus underline aluminium unibody pattern instead of potion finish found on Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 7.1. The Nokia 7 Plus has thick bezels as good on a tip an bottom partial of a front fascia.
In this article, we make a minute comparison of all a 3 mid-range inclination from Nokia’s smartphone shelf formed on their rough specifications. Here take a demeanour during how Nokia 7.1, Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 7 Plus differ withrespect to any another.
Nokia 7.1 vs Nokia 6.1 vs Nokia 7 Plus: Design, display
Talking about a pattern first, both Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 6.1 Plus underline glass-encased physique and a notch-style edge-to-edge display. The new Nokia 7.1 has Series 6000 retard aluminium support sandwiched in between a potion front and behind panel. The Nokia 6.1 Plus has aluminium surrounding as good that surrounds a edges. However, a aluminium support on a Nokia 7.1 has china or copper accents (depending on a colour variant), as compared to a Nokia 6.1 Plus that comes with a plain frame.
Meanwhile, Nokia 7 Plus facilities an aluminium unibody pattern with six-layer of ceramic cloaking and copper accents surrounding a perimeters. All a 3 smartphones underline plumb built twin camera setup and fingerprint sensor during a back.
As for a display, Nokia 7.1 facilities a 5.84-inch full HD+ (2280 x 1080 pixel) arrangement with a shade aspect ratio of 19:9 and nick on top. The PureDislay on a phone is HDR10 agreeable as well. Nokia 6.1 Plus sports a 5.8-inch full HD+ LCD 19:9 arrangement with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The phone embraces a nick as well. Both a smartphones bear minimal bezels that run along a front panel’s span on top. The bottom houses a somewhat thick chin.
While both a mid-range Nokia inclination offer 19:9 display, Nokia 7 Plus in comparison, facilities an 18:9 display. The phone comes with a 6-inch IPS LCD row with a fortitude of 2160 x 1080 pixels. Further, a phone carries rather corpulent bezels as compared to a Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 6.1 Plus.
Nokia 7.1 vs Nokia 6.1 vs Nokia 7 Plus: Processing hardware
Besides matching pattern evidence and notch-style display, both Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 6.1 Plus share matching inner hardware as well. Both a phones run Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor interconnected with Adreno 509 GPU for digest graphics. To recall, a chipset done a tellurian entrance during Xiaomi Redmi Note Pro’s launch in India in Feb this year. In comparison, Nokia 7 Plus is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 mobile platform. The 2.2GHz octa-core processor is joined with Adreno 512 GPU for graphics rendition.
Nokia 7.1 vs Nokia 6.1 vs Nokia 7 Plus: Camera
The new Nokia 7.1 facilities Carl Zeiss branded twin behind cameras. The twin camera setup on a phone comprises of a 12MP primary camera with f/1.8 orifice and a 5MP delegate camera with f/2.4 aperture. The local camera app offers Portrait mode and a AI record is claimed to precedence photos adding an artistic outcome to it. Up front, it has an 8MP camera sensor that comes with f/2.0 aperture.
The Nokia 7 Plus houses Carl Zeiss branded twin camera setup as good carrying a 12MP wide-angle lens with f/1.75 orifice and a 13MP delegate lens with f/2.6 aperture. The local camera app offers a fully-featured Pro mode enabling user to tweak bearing value, ISO, shiver speed and manually concentration on a theme as well.
Nokia 6.1 Plus houses plumb built twin behind cameras like a Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 7 Plus. However, a cameras on a phone do not have Carl Zeiss branding as compared to a other twin phones. Nokia 6.1 Plus facilities a 16MP+5MP camera set adult during a behind with f/2.0 and f/2.4 orifice respectively. At a front, it gets a 16MP f/2.0 camera that supports bokeh mode.
Nokia 7.1 vs Nokia 6.1 vs Nokia 7 Plus: Software
All a 3 mid-range Nokia smartphones are powered by Android One that means users will get unchanging program updates for twin years. Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 6.1 Plus runs a batch chronicle of Android Oreo and offer bloatware-free UI experience. As for a Nokia 7 Plus, a phone recently perceived Android 9.0 Pie quick program update. At a Nokia 7.1 launch event, HMD Global cited that Nokia 6.1 Plus will get Android Pie refurbish starting this month, while Nokia 7.1 will accept a refurbish subsequent month.
Nokia 7.1 vs Nokia 6.1 vs Nokia 7 Plus: Battery and storage
In terms of battery capacity, both Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 6.1 Plus packs a 3060mAh battery and support quick charging technology. Meanwhile, a Nokia 7 Plus carries a somewhat bigger 3800mAh battery. All a 3 smartphones embody a USB Type-C pier for charging.
As for a storage, Nokia 7.1 comes in twin RAM/storage configuration- 3GB RAM/32GB storage and 4GB RAM/64GB storage. Expandable storage on a phone is adult to 400GB with a microSD card. On a other hand, Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 7 Plus comes in singular RAM/storage option: 4GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage. However, a former has an expandable storage support of adult to 400GB and a latter comes with adult to 256GB expandable storage support around microSD card.
Nokia 6.1 Plus is accessible in India for a cost of Rs 15,999 while a Nokia 7 Plus comes for a cost of Rs 25,999 online. The new Nokia 7.1 has been launched for a cost starting during €319. However, HMD Global has not common any word as to either a association will move a device to India.
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