Nokia 7.1 Plus stops by Geekbench ahead of its announcement tomorrow
HMD Global is expected to make the Nokia 7.1 Plus official at an event tomorrow. Today someone in possession of a unit has decided to put it through the paces of Geekbench. As usual in such cases, this tells us a few things about the upcoming handset.
First off, it's powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset, as rumored countless times before. This particular unit pairs that with 6GB of RAM, but there may be other versions with 4GB.
The phone runs Android 8.1 Oreo, perhaps disappointingly, considering that Pie has been out for a while now and HMD itself is already in the process of updating its older devices to the latest iteration of Google's OS.
That's everything outed today, but according to past leaks and rumors the Nokia 7.1 Plus will come with a 6.1-inch 1080x2246 display with a notch, 64 or 128GB of storage, a 12 MP + 13 MP Zeiss branded dual rear camera setup, a 20 MP selfie shooter, and a 3,400 mAh battery.
- 05 Nov 2018
Yeah but have to admit Note 4 is just not good enough for 2018 when it comes to battery endurance. The stock battery or even slightly better AKKU Polarcell battery can get me tops 4 hrs and 40mins to 5hrs with 1% left in 16hrs of heavy use over 3G. T...
- 19 Oct 2018
What a coincidence! I am still using a note 4 as well. Best phone ever made imo. I disabled all the boat and moving quite decent for me. Never had any problems with it in 3 years, except for ir blaster that sadly isn't working any more. I think...
- 19 Oct 2018
Yes same reason why I DIY replaced the motherboard on a Note 4 and made it working again with Polarcell AKKU battery. It's working better than ever now. Poco F1 might be worth it if the XDA community gets the sources to work on the drivers and use it...