Comparison between the Nokia 7.1 and the older 7 Plus, to see what’s been updated in terms of specs, camera tech and the rest – and surprisingly, the Nokia 7 Plus proves better than the 7.1 in many key areas.
The Nokia 7.1 sports a low £300 asking price in the UK, while the 7 Plus costs £350 – although you can often pick it up for a little less. Nokia’s new phone boasts an HDR-ready display, plus a revamped design to make it even more easy to handle. However, the Nokia 7.1 is beaten by the older model when it comes to speed and battery life, while the Nokia 7 Plus also packs smarter camera chops – including an optical zoom.
You can grab the Nokia 7.1 right now in the UK, but are you tempted by that HDR screen or are you sticking with the 7 Plus? Let us know in the comments below! Come back tomorrow for a full comparison between the Nokia 7.1 and the Motorola One, another Android One smartphone costing under £300.