HMD Global-owned Nokia has launched the much-rumored Nokia X71 in Taiwan. The smartphone is Nokia’s first handset to come with a punch-hole display which also serves as its highlight.
The punch-hole display (which the company calls PureDisplay) placed at the top left screen is rated at 6.39-inch and has a Full HD+ screen resolution.
I am currently reviewing the Honor View 20 which also has a left punch-hole, and the one on the Nokia X71 appears eye-pleasing due to the presence of really thin bezels.
Another highlight of the smartphone is the camera department which has three snappers at the back; 48MP primary one (marking Nokia X71’s entry in the 48MP arena), 12MP wide-angle one, and a 5MP one for Bokeh effect. The one at the front stands at 16MP.
All the cameras come with support for AI-based camera features.
The smartphone has an in-display fingerprint scanner which acts as another USP of the smartphone.
The smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 AIE processor, coupled with 6GB of RAM. There is 128GB of internal storage which can be further expanded up to 256GB via a memory card.
The Nokia X71 is backed by a 3,500mAh battery and runs Android 9.0 Pie, coming under the Android One initiative by Google.
The Nokia X71 is priced at NT$ 11,990 (Rs 26,900) and will be available in Taiwan starting April 10.
However, there is no word on its availability in other markets.
So, stay tuned for further updates.