The Nokia X71 has the tough task of competing with the likes of the Redmi Note 7 Pro and vivo V15 Pro for the midrange crown in China. The device offers a versatile camera setup with 48MP (main) and 8MP (wide) sensors as well as the trendy hole punch display. As of today, Chinese users can reserve HMD’s latest phone through the official Nokia site.
Running through the spec sheet, the phone boasts a 6.39" 1080p+ LCD with a cutout for the front 16MP camera. Inside is the Snapdragon 660 paired with 6GB RAM and either 64/128GB storage with microSD expansion.
The back features Nokia’s first triple camera setup with the f/1.8 48MP primary sensor, 120-degree ultra wide 8MP lens and the 5MP depth sensor.
The Nokia X71 starts at CNY 2,199($325/€290) for the 64GB model and goes up to CNY 2,699 ($400/€355) for the 128 GB version.
Pre-orders will begin shipping on April 17. According to past information, the X71 will make its way as the Nokia 8.1 Plus internationally and will also feature NFC, however there is still no time-frame for the global launch.
how much did you pay for your phone?does your phone ranges form $850 - $1000?
that's what most people wants that's why. we just need to accept that the smartphone market is like that but we developers of apps and games don't on the image of the phone it's what the phone can give to use to run our test for multiple times. For t...
we all missing nokia's metal body like nokia 7 plus instead of glass metal ...