ByLinky Johnson 2019-04-22 595
The Nokia X71 also stands out for having an engine made up of the Snapdragon 660 and a generous 6 GB of RAM, as well as the triple camera that we can see in the back. At the moment it is official in China, since the signature uses the Nomeclatura "Nokia X" For the Chinese devices, but let's see what it offers.
Starting with the aesthetic section from Nokia X71, we find a very characteristic design lines of Global HMD, with a clean back in black tone and golden edges, only interrupted by the module with the triple rear camera, the fingerprint reader Fingerprints and the signature logo. The frontal, meanwhile, is occupied in a high percentage (93%, according to Nokia) by the panel, saving that hole from the upper left corner that houses the front camera. From both chambers we'll talk later.
Stopping in the panel, we find a 6.3 inch diagonal screen with resolution FullHD + and aspect ratio 19.3:9, a peculiar figure. Either way, it is a fairly elongated device and is reflected in its dimensions: 157.19 millimeters high, 76.45 millimeters wide and 7.98 millimeters thick. That goes from the hand of a weight not low, but not too high, of 180 grams.
If we open the hood and take a look at the Nokia X71 engine, we will find 6 GB of RAM memory and the Snapdragon 660 processor, one of the most popular Qualcomm mid-range SoC. This incorporates eight nuclei Cryo 260, being four some Cortex A73 to 2.2 GHz and the four remaining ones Cortex A53 to 1.8 GHz. The GPU is the 512 and the internal storage of 128 GB expandable. The availability of other versions has not been mentioned.
As for the battery, we have a battery of 3,500 mAh of capacity with fast load of 18W, something that, at least on paper, should be enough to withstand the day without problems thanks, in part, to Android 9 foot based on Android One. Nokia is still betting on Android One as an operating system and this new device was not going to be less. In relation to connectivity, we have WiFi dual-band, dual SIM, GPS, Bluetooth 5.0 and Jack 3.5 millimeters, but no NFC.
The Nokia X71 lenses are signed by Carl Zeiss, something that has already become a brand of the house
We ended up with the photographic section, which is perhaps one of the most striking points of the Nokia X71. In the rear we have a triple lens signed by Carl Zeiss powered by artificial intelligence in which the main sensor is 48 megapixel f/1.8 and pixels of 1.6 micron, which should help in the shooting of nocturnal scenes. Next to it we have a wide angle 9 megapixel sensor (120 º) and a third 5 megapixel sensor to measure the depth. The selfies go by the hand of a 16 megapixel lens with aperture f/2.0.
The Nokia X71, which possibly does not reach the international market, has been presented in China, but has not been officially launched. It is not yet for sale, so it is not known the price, even in yuan. The only thing that seems to be confirmed is that it will only be available in black color and in a single 6/128 GB memory configuration.
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