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Tech & Science HMD’s budget Nokia 8.1 comes with Android Pie and an HDR-equipped display

10:45  06 december  2018
10:45  06 december  2018 Source:   theverge.com

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When the Android Pie update is be rolled out for the Nokia 8 , it is said to bring ARCore support The Nokia 6.1 Plus comes in a 4GB RAM/64GB internal storage variant, which is priced at Rs 15,999. In terms of specifications, it features a 5.8-inch Full HD+ notched display with a 19:9 aspect ratio. On the rear, it is equipped with a 16MP + 5MP dual-rear camera setup with Zeiss lenses while on the

While several HMD phones have picked up the Pie update, the Nokia 8 . 1 is the first to run the latest version of Android out of the box. As the phone runs Android One, you get the usual slate of features that come with Pie , including Adaptive Battery, App Actions, Digital Wellbeing, and much more.

HMD’s budget Nokia 8.1 comes with Android Pie and an HDR-equipped display© Image: Nokia

HMD Global just announced the Nokia 8.1, a successor to the midrange Nokia 7 Plus that was released earlier this year. The new handset, which is set to launch in the UK and Europe next year on January 14th for £379.99 (€399), swaps out the 7 Plus’ Snapdragon 660 for a Snapdragon 710, and it includes a notch and HDR10 support for its 2160 x 1440 resolution display.

Otherwise, the specs are more or less in line with what you’d expect from this price point, with 4GB of RAM flanked by 64GB of internal storage (expandable by up to 400GB via microSD). Its 3,500mAh battery can be fast charged at 18W, and yes, it has a headphone jack if you don’t want to make the jump to wireless. (But if you do, then you’ll get Bluetooth AptX support for good measure.) The phone will run Android Pie out of the box, and it’s set to be a refreshingly stock experience, thanks to Android One.

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Display . With the Nokia 7.1, HMD is introducing the world to its PureDisplay technology. The Nokia 7.1 ships with Android 8 . 1 Oreo and will receive both Android Pie and Android Q The Nokia 7. 1 comes with dual rear cameras. ZEISS Optics optimized both lenses for improved performance.

HMD has announced a new middle- range device during an event in London. It' s called the Nokia 7.1 As anticipated, Nokia today took the stage in London to unveil its latest star in the budget lineup. The display boasts 1080 x 2280 resolution and has HDR 10 support, which is quite an unusual feature

In terms of cameras, the Nokia 8.1 has a dual-lens design on the rear with its main 12MP f/1.8 camera joined by a second 13MP sensor for portrait shots. On the front, there’s a 20MP camera, and once again, Nokia’s going to let you take a photo from both cameras simultaneously, thanks to its “Bothie” feature. If you’re filming video, then 4K capture is supported, and there’s also built-in optical image stabilization to keep your shots looking nice and smooth.

Trying to work out exactly where the Nokia 8.1 fits into HMD’s smartphone lineup is a challenge, given the back-and-forth naming conventions and the fact that many of its phones don’t end up making their way to the West. The 8.1 is being labeled as the successor to the 7 Plus, which is more powerful than the Nokia 7.1, which was released in the UK and US just over a month ago. However, the 8.1 isn’t quite as powerful as last year’s Nokia 8, which was equipped with the faster Snapdragon 835.

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HMD Global just announced the Nokia 8 . 1 , Android One smartphone, which is the global version of the Nokia X7 mid- range smartphone that was introduced in The successor of the most popular Nokia 7 Plus has a 6.18-inch Full HD+ 18.7:9 aspect ratio Puredisplay, DCI-P3 wide color gamut and HDR 10

Welcome to the official Nokia Phones website for Hong Kong. Discover our new award-winning 2018 Nokia 7.1. Stand out and tell your story. Dual Camera with ZEISS Optics | HDR imaging technology Nokia smartphones come with the latest version of Android ™ with no unnecessary extras and

In addition to its European launch next year, HMD has also said that the Nokia 8.1 will be receiving a release later this month across Asia and the Middle East. Unfortunately, the company has ruled out a US release for its latest handset.

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