Ad, 30 Jun 2018Can someone tell, how many hours this phone takes for complete battery recharge from 0% to 100%...2 hours 15 min
Can someone tell, how many hours this phone takes for complete battery recharge from 0% to 100%...
After using a S7 Edge the last two years I was in the market for something new. However, this time around I was not going to be persuaded by articles about "sexy" looks, camera specs, etc. I want a phone for talking (yes, they can be used for that!), texting, email, browsing and occasionally for music.
Not only did I opt not to use my TM Jump, but I cancelled it and will now save some coin each month in the process. Also, I did not want to "finance" a phone and knew I would buy outright. I went online initially and looked at many phones then stopped into BestBuy to check this one out. It all began there...
First impression picking it up was a solid device that did not reek of plastic or other cheesy case. However, with that being said, the phone is a little too slick and I could see where it could easily be dropped. While a case will solve this it is really as shame as the color combo on this is not like others I've seen which really makes it stand out.
The phone is loaded with Android One. For those not familiar with it allow me to sum it up with two words; no bloat. I was very surprised to see what was on the phone and not only allows me to choose what to have, I would not be stuck with a boatload of vendor apps, and others I would not use (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) Once connected to my WiFi I kicked off the updates and got the latest Oreo 8.1. And as this is Android One it will also get the updates much quicker than many other phones, especially those that go through a mobile provider.
So far this phone runs circles around my S7 Edge. Not to downplay Samsung devices as they have some amazing features, for those that need them. But looking back at my first "mobile" phone that was mounted in my truck with a handset, I have used Sony, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola and whom knows what else and one thing that even made me think of checking this phone out is that it is from Nokia. Trust me, this one so far has lived up to their reputation. Best $249 I've ever spent over on a mobile device. And battery life is better than my S7 ever was on its best day.
U, 22 Jun 2018Has everyone got june update patch in india? Yes I got on lasst week
I was hoping to buy this phone as it ticks off many of the things I am looking for, at a reasonable price point, but going through some of the reviews, I found that many people were upset about the May Android Oreo 8.1 update, causing the phone to crash repeatedly while using location services or at random times.
Just to any Nokia 6.1 users out there, are you still experiencing the same issue or has it been fixed with a new update.
Really appreciate any info you can share :)
I bought the phone a week a go for my GF... It is actually an awesome phone. Only downside us by comparing it with my HTC 10, i realized that it has bad audio quality both loudspeaker and earphones
There was a huge battery drain problem last update, the phone just got updated to June 1 security patch, and it seemed to have fixed it. Yesterday before the update I went out to school with 100%, came home to 28%, today, left school 100, I'm about to go home from school in about 25 mins and I have 72% battery life left.
Using this device from last week its a good device you can get potrait shots using google camera according to specs its a bit expensive but nokia is charging for the premium built quality i have the 4GB ram version didst face any lag while gaming like gta san andreas injustice and asphalt and you get a decent battery back up and its really a TANK......................
on screen buttons.......
I've been using nokia 6.1 for about 1 and a half month. It's excellent quallity for it's price.
I solved the camera problem by installing the google camera apk and now it is smooth and very ballanced.
The battery tho' it lasts about 16 to 26 hours for intermediate and power usage.
The built quality is premium. It really is built like a tank. Big up nokia.
The only con i have is the speaker that gets activated while i'm in a call. Especially when i'm running because of the sweat i guess.
Aqib, 25 Jun 2018Anyone read this Nokia's statement.??? "Battery has limited recharge cycles and battery capac... moreand so? don't you know this? have you ever hear the words "wear and tear?" it is normal. it is totally normal! this happens to any kinds of battery. as time goes by and with continuous use, battery life and capacity degrades. let's say, battery life and capacity is not the same after 2 years of use compare to the battery life and capacity when it is brand new. but still, it depends on the user on how he uses his phone and takes care of his battery. so if you still want to use your phone after a long time, you may replace your battery.
Add in speccifications Nokia Ozo audi for Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 6.1. this two phone have Ozo audio :)
Aqib, 25 Jun 2018Anyone read this Nokia's statement.??? "Battery has limited recharge cycles and battery capac... moreThis is true for any phone with a lithium-ion battery. Unfortunately many phones today are of a uni-body construction so it's harder to replace the battery. Most batteries start losing the capacity around 2-3 years which is when most people get new phones anyway