Most of Nokia’s recent Android devices have been very good, but the Nokia 7.1 is especially a good deal. For $349, you get a Snapdragon 636 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, and a 5.8-inch 2280 x 1080 screen with HDR support. Now the device is officially on sale in the United States from a handful of retailers.
Beyond internal specifications, the Nokia 7.1 comes in two premium finishes — Steel and Blue. Read MoreNokia 7.1 now available in the United States for $350 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Augmented Reality may not yet be the game-changer some of its proponents would hope it to be, but little by little it’s been coming into its own. AR’s been in the spotlight this month thanks to the launch of the Pixel 3 and Google’s re-branding of its AR Stickers app as Playground, but that’s just the half of it — we’ve also seen a number of new devices join the list of official AR Core-supporting hardware. Read MoreGoogle’s ARCore additions for October include the Pixel 3, LG V40, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
The Nokia 7.1 looks primed to bring some swagger back to the mid-range smartphone game, particularly in the US. Even still, the quality of the photos and videos captured with the device isn’t likely to knock your socks off. But a steadier hand and some reliable lighting should help. To that end, if you pre-order a 7.1 from B&H, you’ll also get a free photo/video kit worth $65, which is about 19% of the phone’s $350 price tag. Read MoreNokia 7.1 pre-orders from B&H come with a free photo/video kit worth $65 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.