Pakistan USD $327, India USD $226
Nokia 6.1 Plus Specification
Android V8.1 Oreo
1.8 GHz Octa Core
1080 x 2280 pixels
Gorilla Glass 3
64 GB/ 4 GB
supports up to 400GB
16 MP dual
16 MP (f / 2.0)
The Nokia 6.1 Plus up the ante for the design of mid-range phones and budget. The delicacy in the design and the reassuring construction quality make the phone look more expensive than it really is.
Nokia 6.1 Plus Review
There is a glass in the back with an aluminum housing along the edges sandwiched between the glass screen in the front and the glass back. It looks rad, especially the black I used. Of course, a glass backing attracts fingerprints and smudges, so keep that in mind. The metal frame around the edges peeks around the screen at the front, adding small bevels and a small chin at the bottom. The dual cameras stacked vertically in the back protrude a little so that the phone does not rest on the surfaces. Both the camera module and the fingerprint sensor below have a chrome plating around them, which looks quite attractive. The power button and volume control have a functional design, although I would have preferred a little more of a click feeling, and both have the same chrome border.
The Nokia 6.1 Plus has a full HD + 5.8-inch LCD panel with an aspect ratio of 19: 9, made possible by embracing the notch (first for Nokia phones). The screen is also covered in Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for protection against scratches. It is a lovely screen, and one of the best in this price range. The colors are striking and the contrast is great. The viewing angles are also decent enough. Actually only the brightness could have been better, exacerbated by the dubious execution of the adaptive brightness. The screen of the Nokia 6.1 Plus is sharp with excellent color reproduction. In my opinion, the high screen is also almost the perfect size for most people.
Unlike the Nokia phones of the past, the Nokia 6.1 Plus packages on a competent spec sheet. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor with custom Kryo 260 cores, such as the Qualcomm 8xx processors. The same chip set feeds other solid budget horsepower like the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro. Internal storage is the Nokia 6.1 Plus comes with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB expanded with a microSD card. The device stays well in daily use. There is no wobble of any kind, and it sounds good for most of the usual tasks, although you will notice a bit of stuttering if you take it to an extreme. Honestly, the performance delta with devices like the new Mi A2 or the Redmi Note 5 Pro would not be too meaningful for most users, unless their priority is the hardcore game.
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