On Tuesday, HMD Global launched the Nokia X71 in Taiwan, and according to GSMA, it is rumored that the model will be launched as Nokia 8.1 Plus globally.
X71 is the first Nokia phone with a hole on the screen, a hole that contains a 16-megapixel self-camera.
93 percent screen share
The phone has a 6.39 inch LCD screen, which covers a solid 93 percent of the front side and has the so-called. FHD + resolution, an extra wide variation with a height of 1080 pixels. The panel also offers 500 rotts of light.
Inside, we find a Snapdragon 660 processor, along with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. The phone also supports microSD cards and two SIM cards.
The Zeiss rear camera package has a total of three lenses – the main camera with a f / 1.8 48 megapixel camera, a wide angle of eight megapixels and a camera with a depth of five depths. The fingerprint reader is also located in the rear.
Unlike Nokia 8.1, which we recently tested for standing ovations, otherwise there is no zoom lens.
Nokia X71, like other Nokia phones, is part of the Android One application, which from the beginning provided software updates to Google. It also comes with Android 9.0 Pie.
Otherwise, the battery is quite simple 3.500 mAh, and comes with a 18 watt quick charger in the box. Not surprisingly, the phone uses USB-C and has a mini headphone jack.
In Taiwan, the phone costs 11,900 new Taiwan dollars, about 3,300 dollars at a current rate. In Norway, however, it is likely that the phone would cost more than a smaller brother Nokia 8.1, which today costs about 4,000 NOK.
Sales in Taiwan start on April 30th.