Nokia 7.1 pricing, storage configurations, and colors revealed ahead of unveiling
Nokia 7 Plus
The notchless Nokia 7.1 is just around the corner and, following a number of leaks which were initially mistaken for the larger Nokia 7.1 Plus, today some concrete information about the device has been revealed by tipster Roland Quandt.
In general, the Nokia 7.1 is expected to act as a spiritual successor to the current-generation Nokia 7 Plus. This is reflected perfectly in the smartphone’s pricing, which has now been revealed as €399 in Europe. When it comes to internals, initial rumors pointed towards the Snapdragon 710. But after considering the pricing, the Snapdragon 670 seems like a more plausible option – the Nokia 7 Plus ships with the older Snapdragon 660. This processor will then be coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, thus matching the configuration present inside the Nokia 7 Plus. Elsewhere, while the battery size is unclear, stock Android 9 Pie should be present straight out of the box thanks to the Android One Program.
As mentioned in the opening paragraph, the Nokia 7.1 will boast a more traditional 18:9 display up front complete with average bezels both below and above the panel. In addition to this, the rear aluminum casing has been replaced with a new glass construction. This is then adorned by an updated vertical camera setup that will once again boast ZEISS branding.
The Nokia 7.1 is expected to go official next week on October 4. Shortly after this, the smartphone will presumably be made available to pre-order. Those interested will be able to purchase it in either Blue or Steel
source: Roland Quandt