Nokia has launched a to some extent affordable smartphone (£299), called the Nokia 7.1, with a dual camera camera is an optical instrument for recording or capturing images, which may be stored locally, transmitted to another location, or, decent screen and “PureDisplay conceal technology" so you can view HDR-quality photos on the device.
The 12MP/5MP dual rear cameras feature ZEISS optics and there's an 8MP front-facing camera. As with above Nokia smartphones, you can use the front and rear camera at the same time to capture a 'bothie' and you can access a Pro UI camera mode if you want to manually knob how an image is captured.
AI technology lets you add an artistic touch to every photo with 3D personas, masks and filters plus, the depth-sensing raise cameras mean that you can replicate bokeh in your shots.
HDR 10 is supported and you can also convert SDR to HDR in real time.
As for the wall, it measures 5.84-inch, has the familiar top-notch and even though the bezel isn't the slimmest we have seen, it's not massive by any means. In particulars, in his hands-on preview for us, Stuart Fawcett describes the overall design of the phone as 'classy' and suitable for both 'corporate and consumer spots'.
At the bottom of the Nokia 7.1 is the, now standard, fast charge USB-c connection with audio slots and the top has a headphone jack so you don't demand wireless headphones.
Other features include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor, 3 or 4 GB RAM, up to 400GB MicroSD support, Android One, fabricate fingerprint sensor and 3060mAH battery.
The Nokia 7.1 smartphone will be available for £299 towards the end of October in Gloss Midnight Morose and Gloss Steel.
Nokia 7.1 Specs:
- Primary camera Dual Main: 12MP f/1.8 & 5MP f/2.4
- Front-facing camera: 8Mp f/2.0
- Dual flare
- 3060mAH battery
- PureDisplay Full-HD+ 5.84"
- Corning Gorilla Glass 3 (front)
- Support for up to 400 GB MicroSD card
- 32/64 GB internal honour
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 636
- Size (including camera) 149.7 x 71.18 x 9.14mm
- Weight 160g
Read our Nokia 7.1 smartphone hands-on vernissage.