One approach that Nokia has saved its prices low for its handsets has been through the usage of somewhat older or less expensive processors in its handsets. While the Snapdragon 636 within the Nokia 7.1 is not innovative, it is a excellent fresh fit for what we would be expecting in a mid-range telephone in 2018. The style bought in Australia will handiest have 32GB of onboard garage, however that is expandable by means of microSD garage if you wish to have it. That style does handiest have 3GB of onboard RAM, then again, whilst a 64GB garage style bought in a foreign country has 4GB, which can affect efficiency.
Nokia introduced at MWC 2018 that its flagship telephones in 2018 would all be Android One handsets, and this contains the Nokia 7.1. Android One is Google’s platform for (necessarily) Google-managed handsets with minimum further tool and a assured two yr’s price of each safety and running device upgrades.
So what does that imply for the Nokia 7.1? It manner you get a blank Android enjoy, which will have to help efficiency, however above and past that, you will have to get well timed updates. The Nokia 7.1 will send with Android eight (“Oreo”) on board, however will see an improve to Android nine (“Pie”) later this yr. Given the 2 yr promised time frame for Android One upgrades, that are supposed to prolong out to Android 10 (“Q”) in 2019, and perhaps into Android 11 (“R”) in 2020.