If you're looking for a smart phone bargain don't discount the Nokia 7.1.
For $350, this mid-range device for Fall has a pretty good roundup of specs for a price you rarely see in the thicket of super premium phones, like the Galaxy S9 and iPhone 10S This is a Hershey's bar, not a chocolate truffle.
This Nokia phone gives you a notched 5.8-inch screen and two rear cameras, one a 12-megapixel lens, and the other a 5-megapixel lens for depth.
There's also software for taking portrait shots from the front and rear cameras.
Enhanced [UNKNOWN] mode lets you adjust the amount of background blur in your picture.
You also get a camera trick called Bothie mode.
That lets you split and adjust the screen to capture scenes simultaneously from the front and rear cameras.
The Nokia 7.1 also comes with an 8 megapixel selfie lens.
The handset itself has a solid feel and clean lines.
Shiny accents cut through the neutral colors which are called Gloss Steel and Midnight Blue.
It looks a little boring to be honest, but there you go.
It will ship with Android 8.1 software at first, but is on track to receive it's Android pi upgrade by November.
Although the Nokia 7.1 has a glass back, there's no wireless charging or robust water resistence and that's okay because it's not something you would expect from For a phone in this range.
You do get faster wire charging, however, and a rare headphone jack.
Inside, is a nice sized 3,600 miliamp battery and a Qualcom 636 chipset that should make the phone up to 40% faster than last years model.
Globally, you'll have your choice of a 32 gigabyte or 64 gigabyte storage option With a Micro SD card slot to add more space.
In the US, you'll be able to buy the 64 gigabyte version of the Nokia 7.1 from Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H.
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