Nokia Just Released The X71 And It Comes With A Punch Hole Camera
The smartphone has been launched in Taiwan and will go on sale on April 30.
The Nokia X71 has been launched in Taiwan and will be the first Nokia device to come with a punch-hole camera. The smartphone is equipped with a 6.39-inch FHD Plus display with thin bezels surrounding the device and a screen ratio of 19.3:9. The device may be launched as the Nokia 8.1 Plus or the Nokia 6.2 in India and in other global markets. The device follows 2019 design trends and comes with a 93 percent screen to body ratio as well.
The Nokia N71 features a Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 660 and runs on Android Pie. The device launched in Taiwan comes with 6GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage which can be expanded to 256 GB using an external MicroSD card. It is powered by a 3,500mAh battery, and it comes with an 18W fast charger and a Type-C port for connectivity.
The smartphone is equipped with a rear dual-camera setup and an LED flash sitting beside the vertically placed camera. The fingerprint sensor lies just below the camera, giving you easy access to it. The punch-hole camera on the front comes with a 16 MP sensor embedded in the display.
Nokia added a touch of pizzazz to the phone with a breathing light IN the power button. The feature will work as a notification light for unread messages and missed calls. The device comes with a form-fitting metal frame and is equipped with 2.5D glass on both front and rear of the smartphone.
Other features on the smartphone include Bluetooth 5.0, Dual SIM slots (4G VoLTE), a slot for a 3.5 mm headphone jack and single speaker grill at the bottom of the device. The Nokia X71 has been launched in an eclipse black colour variant in Taiwan as well.
The Nokia X71 has been priced at TWD 11,900 (around Rs 26,700) in Taiwan and will go on sale on April 30. If the device is launched as the Nokia 8.1 Plus here in India, the price will be around (or more than) the current version of the Nokia 8.1 (Approx: Rs 25,999). Comparing the specifications, Nokia should not price the device above 30,000, as the OnePlus 6T is priced at around Rs 36,000 and comes with much better specs than the Nokia X71. Hopefully, Nokia fixes this price problem when it does finally launch here.