Nokia 7.1 specifications: 5.84-inch display, HDR upscaling, Android One

The Nokia 7.1 brings a vastly improved package from the Nokia 7 late last year, and offers a compelling mid-range package at an affordable price. It comes with a larger display, slightly bigger battery, some key spec changes and bokeh capture in the front and rear cameras.

Here's everything you'll find inside the Nokia 7.1.

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Operating systemAndroid One (Oreo)
Display5.84-inch LCD, 2160x1090 (19:9)
Real-time SDR to HDR upscaling
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 636
RAM3GB / 4GB (U.S.)
Storage32GB / 64GB
ExpandableYes, MicroSD up to 400GB
Rear camera 112MP, 1.28-micron, f/1.8, dual PDAF
Rear camera 25MP, f/2.4, 1.12-micron
Front camera 18MP, f/2.0, 84° field of view
Bluetooth 5.0
LTE Cat. 6 (300Mbps DL/50Mbps UL)
AudioNokia OZO audio
3.5mm headphone jack
ChargingFast wireless charging
SecurityOne-touch fingerprint sensor
SIM cardDual nano SIM or nano SIM + MicroSD
ColorsGloss Midnight Blue
Gloss Steel
Nirave Gondhia

Nirave Gondhia has been writing about the mobile industry for over a decade and began his career selling and fixing phones in the UK. He's used every flagship smartphone over the past five years and carries at least two phones at all times - currently, he's using the iPhone 11 Pro, [Samsung Galaxy Fold and Motorola RAZR. Say hi to him on Twitter at @nirave.

  • So why does this mid-range phone excite me so?
    (Because it kind of does)
  • This is a really interesting phone!
  • Wish we could get Nokia to certify for US CDMA.
  • Does this have NFC? opps, just saw it. Damn, this is a killer device. screw the flagships, the mid range is where the best stuff is. 400 bucks or less, all day battery, great looks, etc.
  • Are you sure it has wireless charging? I'm reading conflicting articles on that point.
  • Same question.
  • Hey good people at AC, could you please ask Nokia/HMD to clarify what 2 years of platform updates means in this case? Will it also get Android R when it comes out August 2020, or will updates stop with Q? Just curious because the release of R would be technically within the 2 years period. If it got Pie right after release and then only Q one year later, I would honestly feel kinda swindled...
  • Michael, Even getting one update on a 349 dollar phone you are NOT getting swindled. I do believe you will indeed get R.
  • That's probably true, but getting that confirmed from Nokia would be the icing on a cake that already looks pretty good.
  • Im sure we will hear soon. I am using an iPhone 8 as my daily driver now, and really like it. I am probably going to get a new android phone soon and its going to probably be both the Q stylo + and the 7.1.