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This product has a FreakScore of 8.4 out of 10 based on 191 scores.
With Zeiss lenses for dual cameras, Nokia 7.1 edges out the all-rounder Poco F1 in terms of photography, but falls flat on the performance front. It also has a great HDR10 display and aptX hi-res Bluetooth audio, which makes up for the shortcomings in the performance department. The simple Android... Read more
The Nokia 7.1 scores big on display and camera but falls short of its competitor when it comes to performance. The design of the phone makes it a classy looking thing, but the lack of a TPU case in the box is concerning due to the all-glass construction. Its not an all-rounder, but it is great for... Read more
Is it overpriced? Certainly, yes! This isn’t a powerful smartphone for the price, but it compensated with a great display and a good camera. In general, one would look out for an all rounding performance rather than a specific set of features. In this case, Nokia 7.1 at this price point, bites the... Read more
Even though it looks like that, I’d say that Nokia 7.1 is more than just a Nokia 6.1 Plus with some extra oomph. That HDR display sure is promising, and I have good vibes about the camera experience. The hardware may seem underpowered, but it works well, for the most part. Then there’s Android One,... Read more
On paper, the seems a bit of a tough sell at Rs 19,999. Similarly priced phones such as the Poco F1 and Honor Play are powered by flagship-grade processors. The ( ) and ( ) offer stock Android and a similar level of performance for Rs 10,999 and Rs 14,999 respectively. However, the Nokia 7.1 is an... Read more