HMD Global has announced the Nokia 8.1, the successor the the Nokia 7 Plus. It will be launched in the UK and Europe next month on January 14th for €399 ($379.99). The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 710 and has got a brilliant HDR10 supported 2160 x 1440 resolution display.
The storage options include 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM which can be expanded up to 400 GB via MicroSD. All of this is backed up by a 3,5000 mAh battery, that can be fast charged at 18W. You also get Bluetooth AptX support for wireless headphones. But don’t worry, it still has got the 3.5mm headphone jack. The Android One device will run on Android Pie out of the box.
One of the best features of the Nokia 8.1 is its cameras. The device has dual rear camera with the primary one being 12MP with f/1.8 aperture. The second one is a 13MP sensor for portrait shots. On the front, you get a 20MP sensor. You also get the “Bothie” feature which lets you take simultaneous shots from the front and the rear camera. The phone is also capable to record 4K videos and also has Optical Image Stabilization.
The Nokia 8.1 will also come to Asia and Middle East in the comings months. However, this phone won’t make its way to the US markets for now.