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    Nokia X71 has a stellar design that rivals Galaxy S10

    Nokia X71 has a stellar design that rivals Galaxy S10

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    Nokia x71:

    HMD Global’s Nokia 9 PureView might be the best Nokia phone you can buy right now, but the device isn’t necessarily perfect. The phone features a “classic” Nokia handset design, which means it has thicker bezels than most consumers want, and relies on last year’s top Snapdragon processor to power its penta-lens camera.

    One of its biggest rivals is Samsung Galaxy S10 — a phone that features a hole-punch display design, as well as the latest Qualcomm processor. The S10, however, only features a triple-lens shooter on the back. But HMD just released a Nokia phone that looks a lot like the Galaxy S10 in terms of overall design. Sadly, the Nokia X71 is only selling in Taiwan for the time being, and Nokia X71 is not a flagship handset.

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    The Nokia X71 features a 6.39-inch Full HD LCD with 19.3:9 aspect ratio, with the punch-hole camera placed on the top-left corner, similar to other punch-hole LCD phones from the competition, like Huawei and Samsung.

    The phone looks a lot like the Galaxy S10, but it’s not quite a replica of Samsung’s flagship. For starters, the front camera is placed in the opposite corner. Secondly, the display features a thicker bottom bezel, and the fingerprint sensor is placed on the back under the triple-lens camera, rather than under the screen.

    Nokia X71 Specification

    As for specs, the Nokia X71 is a mid-range Android One phone throughout, from its Snapdragon 660 processor and LCD display right down to its near-stock version of Android Pie. It also packs 6GB of RAM, 128GB of expandable storage, and a 3,500mAh battery. But the real talking point is that hole-punch display. Not only does it bestow the 6.39-inch phone with a quoted 93 percent screen-to-body ratio, but it also indicates a new direction for Nokia (albeit a route tried and tested by its rivals).. Also Read>> Nokia X71 - Full Phone Specification

    It’s unclear whether the Nokia X71 will ever be launched in Europe or the US, but the phone will cost NT$11,900, or around $385, in Taiwan when it goes on sale next week. MRP Translate to INR Rs 26,990/-
    It's debuting in Taiwan for around $385, but could make it to the west as the Nokia 8.1 Plus, according to GSM Arena. That price positions it between the $490 Huawei Nova 4 and Xiaomi's $203 Redmi Note 7 Pro, both of which carry the same Sony 48-megapixel sensor featured here.

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