Nokia 8.1 manual – Looking at the design, Nokia 8.1 carries the concept of bezel-less like the latest upper-middle-class phones. Nokia 8.1 has four sides of a thin frame with a circular angle with the inscription “Nokia” on the chin of the phone.
The phone with the frill “PureDisplay” is supported by an IPS LCD screen with a large 6.18 inches, resolution of 1080×2246 pixels. On the upper part of the screen, there is a notch as a 20 megapixel camera case with an f/2.0 aperture lens.
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On the back is a dual camera with a vertical position in the center. The phone’s main camera has a resolution of 12 megapixels with a 1/2.55 f lens aperture and a 1.4 micron sensor width.
The camera features PDAF and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) in addition to carl zeiss lenses.
The second rear camera has a resolution of 13 megapixels, useful as a depth sensor to produce bokeh (blur) effects in photographing portraits.
In addition to dual cameras, there is also a fingerprint sensor as a security lock on the back of nokia 8.1. The position is just below the camera which can be reached with the tip of the user’s index finger.
Switching to hardware, Nokia 8.1 armed with Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset, arguably the specifications of this chipset has decreased, leaving nokia 8 flagship models previously carrying the flagship Snapdragon 835 series.
The chip is paired with a 4 GB/64GB internal RAM and storage configuration.
Reported from GSMArena, Nokia 8.1 carries a 3,500 mAh capacity battery with fast charging support and runs the Android 9.0 Pie OS with the Android One interface.
Nokia 8.1 is promised to continue to be supported operating system updates for 2 years, and security updates for 3 years.
Nokia 8.1 is available in 4 different colors: Blue, Silver/Steel, Copper, Iron/Steel. For the price of Nokia 8.1, users must spend 400 Euro.