Published: Thu, October 11, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Nokia 6.1 Plus gets Android 9 Pie beta

Nokia 6.1 Plus gets Android 9 Pie beta

Nokia 3.1 Plus is the company's new mid-segment device that comes with a bezel-less display and dual rear cameras. Coming to the pricing and availability, the new Nokia 3.1 Plus will go on sale starting October 19th for Rs 11,499.

As part of the Android One family, the Nokia 7 Plus will introduce App Actions - a new feature unique to Android One devices and Google Pixel phones running Android 9 Pie.

This is one of the many reasons that we recommend Nokia phones to people looking for a great phone without spending thousands on a flagship smartphone; you get the same great experience, excellent software support and frequent, early updates, and you get a bit of nostalgia in owning a Nokia in 2018.

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The primary camera is a 24-megapixel sensor with an f/1.7 aperture that handles most of point-and-shoot needs. Probably the biggest highlight of the Galaxy A9 is its quad-camera setup on a single side.

The phone with 6 inch HD+ display comes with cinematic 18:9 screen ratio. The 3.1 Plus takes a lot of design cues from its predecessor; It's worth noting the 3.1 Plus looks like a bigger Nokia 3.1. The leaked images of the device suggest a metal chassis sandwiched between two glass slabs and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone weighs 180 grams which is largely due to the beefy 3500mAh battery it has underneath.

P22 is MediaTek's mid-range chipset, built on a 12nm process clocked at up to 2.0GHz. Thankfully, this time, we get the Helio P22 chipset which is a decent performer as the same SoC powers the Xiaomi Redmi 6. The phone comes in two RAM and storage configurations - 2GB/16GB and 3GB/32GB. Now, the new Nokia 3.1 Plus is an upgrade to Nokia 3.1 and offers better performance with the same 2-day battery life. As mentioned above, the phone also ships with a dedicated microSD card slot for storage expansion up to 400GB. During the initial four days, the phone offered over six hours of screen-on time, and it's mostly connected to Wi-Fi. For taking selfies, it comes with an 8-megapixel front-facing snapper. Nokia recently launched the Nokia 7.1 at a global event.

- The Nokia 3.1 Plus is the cheapest Android One device in the market right now.

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