Nokia 7.1 Impressions: Best Android phone for $350? [Android One]



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33 Replies to “Nokia 7.1 Impressions: Best Android phone for $350? [Android One]”

  1. Cryoman196

    As of February 2019 the 4Gb RAM/64Gb Storage is still nowhere to be found here in the UK. Same applies to the Steel/Copper finish (not so much of a deal-breaker though). That lower spec makes it a lot less of a good deal for us. I really don't know why they are trying to sell us short – maybe its a Brexit thing? Anyway, the current UK spec of 3Gb RAM/32Gb Storage make it only a so-so deal instead of a brilliant buy. Real pity, 'cos it is a beautiful handset with a real premium feel.

  2. David

    At same price seen the poco f1 have better hardware, but I did not like mi UI and Chinese phone like put a lot junke app in the phone, and plus with cheap plastic case back is the reason I don't get the f1, so I still order 7.1.

  3. pat cola

    I'm ok with the notch. Getting used to it. Maybe Nokia is holding off releasing this until the pie update ? I thought these phones were supposed to be in BEST BUY already.

  4. Sacto1654

    In many ways, the Nokia 7.1 will be a success because you can install MicroSD cards for up to 400 GB additional local storage. In short, for about US$420 (including 256 GB MicroSD card), the Nokia 7.1 represents a great deal, especially since it runs a pure version of Android. Indeed, by the time the Nokia 7.1 finally reaches the US market in early November 2018, I expect the free update to Android 9.0 ("Pie") to be available.

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