Published: Fri, October 05, 2018
Technology | By Nina Perez

Nokia will start rolling out Android Pie updates this month

Nokia will start rolling out Android Pie updates this month

HMD Global, the home of Nokia smartphones, has launched its latest smartphone - the Nokia 7.1 at an event in London.

As part of the launch of the Nokia 7.1 overnight, Nokia announced they've moved into the truly wireless headphone market with their True Wireless Earbuds. All things considered, anyone on the lookout for an aesthetically pleasing device on a budget will likely want to consider the Nokia 7.1 this fall because the gadget is as stylish as contemporary (non-Samsung) smartphones get. More importantly, it gets a design language that's more in line with the aesthetics of 2018, as well as some new features as well. Here are all the details on the new Nokia 7.1. Because of this, we have to assume Pie will come shortly after the launch of this phone, and since it is an Android One device, rest assured that it will come in a timely manner.

Internal storage: The 3GB options will come with 32GB of internal storage while the 4GB variant will come with 64GB of internal storage. It's paired with 3GB/4GB of RAM, and 32GB/64GB of internal storage with support for microSD cards of up to 400GB.

The ZEISS optics-powered rear 12MP camera with f/1.8 aperture and 5MP monochrome camera with f/2.4 aperture comes as an added advantage over other mid-rangers. DisplaySpeaking of the face, the Nokia 7.1 sports a 5.84-inch FHD+ (2280 x 1080 px) display which not only adapts its brightness, but also its color tones for different situations, in an effort to keep the screen easily visible.

It's also been optimised for content consumption which should mean you can watch videos and play games for longer without the battery running flat. The device offers a PureDisplay screen technology, which is said to take your viewing experience to the next level due to its high contrast ratio, greater clarity and enhanced colours across all of your content. To Juho's point, non-HDR content viewed on the phone will be up-scaled in real-time using a dedicated 16bit engine that processes millions of pixels per second.

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The True Wireless Earbuds and charging case. The phone comes with Gorilla Glass 3 on the front and back.

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All of those features are packed into a body that has a 6000 series aluminum CNC machined frame and die cast metal center, which should help to give the Nokia 7.1 a more premium feel. While there is a rear-facing fingerprint sensor, the device also supports face unlock.

Among the features, the 12 MP/5MP dual cameras promise fast and accurate autofocus and HDR photography even in low light, as well as studio-style "bokeh" shots, picture-in-picture capabilities and a mode that lets you use the front and back cameras simultaneously. The Nokia runs Android 8.1 Oreo, but HMD Global has already developed Android 9 Pie update. But the presentation wasn't just for phones, and the company also introduced two sets of wireless earbuds, offering very distinct designs. The smartphone will be on pre-order starting on October 5 with actual shipments coming on October 28.

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