Nokia 6.1 Plus Review
Nokia 6.1 Plus Review :- HMD Global has launched Nokia 6.1 Plus in India after Nokia 2.1, Nokia 5.1. In Nokia 6.1 Plus, you will get a Notch display and a glass back panel. In May 2018, the company launched Nokia 6.1 Plus in China under the name of Nokia x6. Phone handsets are Android One smartphones running on Android 8.1 Oreo. Nokia's handset come with the Aspect ratio of 19: 9. We spent a little time with both the smartphones, let's tell you about them.
Keeping in mind the fact that the month of festivals is nearing in recent days, smartphone companies have competed to launch smartphones. Recently a lot of options have been launched in the affordable price segment. HMD Global has also launched its first Android One smartphone in the Nokia 6.1 Plus India.
With very attractive prices, this segment of the most popular smartphone Mi A2 (review) has been launched in low price, which can prove to be a very popular device for the company. So let's look at the features and shortcomings of Nokia 6.1 Plus:
The Nokia 5.1 Plus is a bit bigger than Nokia's Nokia 6.1 Plus. In addition to Nokia, Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 5.1 Plus do not have a border. In the lower part of the smartphone, HMD Global has given the Nokia company logo. Nokia 6.1 Plus Gloss Black, Gloss White and Gloss Midnight Blue will be available in three colors. Gloss look is quite attractive but due to its glass back panel, its filth and fingerprints can be printed. Nokia 6.1 is a bit heavy and strong handset in weight. So there are Nokia 6.1 Plus smartphones with very low weight.
Nokia's handsets are compact and handsets which fit in pockets. Because of the Curve Edge and Aspect Ratio, Nokia 6.1 Plus can be easily caught in hand. The back panel of Nokia's handset is similar in appearance. You will get a dual rear camera setup on the back panel. The fingerprint sensor is present at the bottom of the rear camera, and just below it is Vertical Nokia. At the bottom you will see the Android One logo. The headphone jack will get a 3.5mm headphone jack in the upper part of the phone. After spending some time with the phone, when we tested the fingerprint sensor, we found that it works very fast. HMD Global's smartphone is equipped with face recognition, in its feature bar, we will tell you in detail in our full review. In both handsets you will get a USB Type-C port and a loudspeaker on the bottom of the phone.
Nokia 6.1 Plus has a 5.8-inch Full-HD + (1080x2280 pixels) display. After using the phone for a while, we found that the viewing angle of the Nokia 6.1 Plus display is great, due to which you will be satisfied with it.
Nokia 6.1 Plus offers 4 GB RAM with Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor. This processor has also been used in Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 and Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro. Asus Zenfon Max Pro M1 costs Rs 10,999 and Shawmi Redmi Note 5 Pro costs Rs 14,999.
Handsets open the first party application in less time and we have not had any problem in the camera app too. Representative of HMD Global told that the phone is currently running on pre-production software. Inbound storage of Nokia 6.1 Plus will get 64 GB. If needed, use the MicroSD card.
There is a 3060 mAh battery in the handset. Nokia's smartphone support fast charging. The biggest feature of them is that handset is Android One smartphone. This will give you stock Android experience, and for two years Android version will continue to get security updates for up to three years. HMD Global has convinced that both smartphones will soon receive Android pie updates.
Nokia 6.1 Plus comes with dual rear camera setup. The primary sensor is 16 megapixels, whose incarnation is F / 2.0 and the second sensor is 5 megapixels whose incarnation is F / 2.4. The Nokia 6.1 Plus includes a Dual LED flash. On the front panel of Nokia 6.1 Plus, there is a 16 megapixel camera, whose body is F / 2.0. There are many features such as Live Bokeh mode, AR Stickers, Dual-Site Mode, Beauty Mode and Artificial Intelligence Portrait Lighting in the Camera app.
Nokia 6.1 Plus is a good looking and work on Android One Smartphone. Nokia 6.1 Plus is priced at Rs 15,999 and its sales will be on Flipkart and Nokia.com from August 30. This thin and compact smartphone will challenge Radmi Note 5 Pro and Asus Genfox Max Pro M1 in this price.
Nokia 6.1 Plus Review: Design and Build
Nokia 6.1 Plus is a strong phone that comes with a slightly fresh design. Nokia has introduced the device with a 5.8-inch display here which is in the compact display category in today's time. The phone is also lightweight and is quite comfortable to hold. Apart from all this, Nokia's robustness is here only.
Nokia 6.1 Plus review: display
The 5.8-inch IPS LCD display is introduced with FHD + (2280 × 1120 pixels) resolution, which makes it much better. You can also go to the top of the display in the display settings and hide it. Here's the 'Pin & Zoom' feature on the YouTube application.
The interface of the device is optimized very well which is also certified by Google. We have not encountered any kind of problem with the device. The software given in the device is not fully optimized for the nine, but keeping in view the price, we can ignore this.
Fingerprint sensor and Face unlock work quite well and in case of connectivity, we do not face any kind of problem.
Nokia 6.1 Plus review: camera
On the back side Nokia has a 16MP + 5MP camera setup in this device, where 5MP sensor will be used for depth effects. On the front side you also have a 16MP selfie camera.
The sensor at the time of portrait mode detects the Edge quite well, but the output is not as attractive as we would expect.
Satisfy selfie can be taken by the front ca
mera of the device and the video quality is also good.
Nokia 6.1 Plus review: battery and audio
3060mAh battery paper seems too low, but using a daily backup of the device is much better than our expectations. You need to charge your device in the middle of the day you use it. We can say that the battery backup of the device is not something special but satisfaction can be done because it is better than Mi A2.
The audio output is fast enough through the mono speaker but the quality of the output can be said only. The audio quality received by the headphones can also be called average.
Nokia 6.1 Plus Review: Better than Mi A2?
We liked the Nokia 6.1 Plus By the way, there is nothing in the phone which is called something special but according to its price, it can prove to be one of the best options.
This device proves to be a great option for users who want a comfortable, compact, and comfortable phone with one hand, but if you want a bigger screen, a better camera, we suggest Mi A2.
Nokia 6.1 Plus Review: pros And Cons
- Compact and lightweight
- Stock android
- audio jack
- USB Type C Port
- Low-light camera
- Problems in playing high-end games