HMD unveils True Wireless Earbuds and Pro Wireless Earphones

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HMD today has announced their latest Nokia branded smartphone which is the Nokia 7.1 and it has some juicy specs for a relatively "budget" smartphone.

The inclusion of a display notch will likely be as polarizing Android consumers as other cutout-equipped devices proved to be, though the mass market already clearly signaled it doesn't consider notches to be a deal-breaker, as evidenced by the excellent commercial performance of recent flagships from Apple and Huawei.

Looking at everything it offers, the Nokia 7.1 offers a compelling mid-range experience at an attractive price point.

While the new Nokia 7.1 has a 3.5mm headphone jack, HMD unveiled a couple of wireless headphones for those who want to go untethered.

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Having said that, the update is delayed a bit for HMD's flagship smartphones such as the Nokia 8 and Nokia 8 Sirocco as HMD has put a release timeline of December. You can further expand the storage to support memory cards upto 400GB. At the front, the smartphone features a single 8MP camera.

Nokia 7.1 is part of the Android One scheme, which means it runs an unmodified version of Google's popular mobile operating system with no preinstalled bloatware. While the Nokia 7 Plus came with a metal unibody design, the new Nokia 7.1 comes with glass back body. The Nokia 7.1 has Zeiss optics on the front and rear side and it's armed with a 3060mAh battery. The fame is a little more polished and refined on the Nokia 7.1. The rear camera supports bokeh effect, Pro Mode and Bothie.

HMD Global launched the Nokia 7.1 in the affordable premium segment with an HDR10 capable screen, Android One software and Snapdragon 636. Optional will be the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds, a pair of compact AirPods rivals that offer up to 3.5 hours of music playback or 4 hours of talktime in a splash-resistant IPX4-rated design. The smartphone will be on pre-order starting on October 5 with actual shipments coming on October 28. DisplaySpeaking of the face, the Nokia 7.1 sports a 5.84-inch FHD+ (2280 x 1080 px) display which not only adapts its brightness, but also its color tones for different situations, in an effort to keep the screen easily visible. The pricing for those models is 319 euros (~$369) and 349 euros (~$404) respectively. The device will feature a $349 price tag and will be released alongside a Clear Case and Flip Cover which will be sold separately, priced at $10 and $20, respectively.

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