Update (01/04/19) – by GL
The Nokia X71 should be introduced to the public tomorrow at an event. The Finnish manufacturer's new device must be an intermediate model, according to previously disclosed information.
Amongst the previously mentioned, we saw the possibility of counting a smartphone on a triple-back camera system, as well as bringing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor and 6 GB of RAM.
Now, an outline shows how the final design of the new phone should look, and shows the list of technical specifications that we will find on the X71. Here we have reinforced the existence of a triple camera, as we will see that it will have a hole in the exhibition. Check it:
The upcoming Nokia X71 smartphone (not Nokia 6.2) is https://t.co/v4JENNksXb pic.twitter.com/40vBRTqkgM
– nokibar (@baidunokibar) March 31, 2019
Potential technical specifications – Nokia X71
- 6.4 inch LCD IPS screen with HD + Full resolution
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 core chipset eight
- 6 GB of RAM
- Triple rear camera, including: t
- 48-megapixel main sensor
- Secondary 2-megapixel sensor
- 8-megapixel tertiary sensor
- Foot Android 9.0 (One Edition) t
- Battery 3500 mAh
It's probably even internationally known as Nokia 8.1 Plus, as all this information is compatible with each other. Now, just wait for tomorrow to confirm this and get its official price.
Update (30/03/19) – by JB
As we all know, HMD Global plans to launch a new smartphone in the East market. The advertisement It should happen on April 2 (next Tuesday), and this device has already been a target for a leak where it is announced that its processor will be Snapdragon 710.
However, according to a new Geekbench list, the Nokia X71 can be official Snapdragon processor 660. In addition, the handset has 6 GB of RAM and is already running Android 9.0 Foot. According to more recent rumors, this device should follow their brothers and older sisters while being part of the Android One program.
With the release of the benchmark test, there is a great doubt to set up. That's because, until then, many believed that the Nokia X71 would be released as Nokia 8.1 Plus in the international market. However, Nokia can be working with a new approach.
With this, there is a chance that the maker will have the Nokia 8.1 Plus with Snapdragon 710 in the international version, and the X71 with 660 only in the Taiwan market. This should be noted HMD Global has not yet emerged officially on the subject.
So we warn that everything still needs to be considered only another rumor of the market. Anyway, next Tuesday (02) we will from the end know what the company's real strategy is for this device.
Original text (16/03/19)
Nokia has started renewing its smartphone line for 2019 during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. There, he introduced four new Android devices, including Nokia 1 Plus, Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 4.2, and the Nokia PureView top 9.
This last one stands out because of the five rear cameras developed in partnership with Light, the device company with 16 cameras, the L16.
Now we see the confirmation coming from HMD Global, the company behind Nokia, that a new model, the Nokia X71 should be introduced in April.
This should be a Chinese variation of the device that we will know as Nokia 8.1 Plus, which has already faced the previous design leaks and the technical specifications.
It should include the hole in the display, and a triple rear camera, the main sensor is 48 megapixels. In the same event, Finland will make the official first of Nokia 9 PureView in the Taiwan market.
For other technical specifications, it should have a 6.22-inch screen with Full HD + resolution, and Qualcomm Snapdragon's eight core processor 710.
Android 9.0 cycle should be the operating system of the device, and as other devices of the brand, the Nokia X71 / 8.1Plus should be part of the Android One program, which guarantees two years of software upgrades and extra year o packages of security.
All that is left is waiting for April 2, the date set by HMD Global for the smartphone advert. After that, you will have to see how much time your dual brother, Nokia 8.1 Plus, will need to reach the market.