HMD Global introduced the Nokia 7.1 last month with Snapdragon 636 and two memory options - 3/32 GB and 4/64 GB. Europe received the less impressive version at launch, but according to various retailers across the European Union, the dual SIM variant with 4 gigs of RAM is already hitting store shelves and will be available for purchase on Friday.
Nokia 7.1 is part of the Android One program and comes with a promise for monthly security updates for three years after its launch. Other neat features include 12 MP + 5 MP rear camera setup with Zeiss optics and fast-charging that fills about 45% of the empty battery in 30 minutes.
When the phone was initially introduced, it was priced at €319 for the 3/32 GB variant, while the upgraded 4 GB version had a €349 price tag. The roomier version is now available for pre-order in the Czech Republic and is actually slightly cheaper - CZK8,499 or about €330.
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If this had 6GB ram i wpuld have bought it but with 4Gb is not that big of a deal... I think Nokia is mistaking the markets. They release with 6GB in China where people are poor and with 4GB in Europe where we can definitelly afford 6GB???? Should I ...
Moto X4 is the same phone as this Nokia and ... cheaper !!!! Nokia as always arriving so late to Android market !!!! :-DDDDD https://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=9354&idPhone2=8634
Still waiting for 5.1 plus and 6.1 plus to appear here... it's like they rely on gsmarena comment sections to build their understanding of eu customers and think that nobody wants a phone with a notch in the eu. In fact, they are only listening ...