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The new Nokia 7.1 has arrived in South Africa

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The new Nokia 7.1 has arrived in South Africa

Comes with improved camera, PureDisplay screen technology.

The new Nokia 7.1 has arrived in South Africa and available to buy.

It features a stunning HDR display which lies within a masterfully crafted, gorgeous design and offers an advanced imaging experience powered by a dual rear depth sensing camera with 2PD, for fast accurate autofocus and ZEISS Optics to ensure you never miss a moment.

The Nokia 7.1 is the first smartphone to come with PureDisplay screen technology for stunning HDR10 cinematic quality entertainment inside and out.

The crisp, bright Full HD+ 5.84” and 19:9 screen ratio display will automatically adjust brightness and contrast to ambient lighting conditions.

 

 

The Nokia 7.1 is powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 636 Mobile Platform, which supports a major leap in enhanced performance making it great for streaming HDR content with ease. The USB type-C fast charging port delivers up to 50% of your battery back in 30 mins[i], to get you back up and running quickly and easily.

The design exudes master craftsmanship with final touches like the dual-anodised aluminium diamond cut coloured edges.

The model is packed with highly sensitive ZEISS Optics 12MP/5MP dual cameras with 2PD enable fast, accurate autofocus giving great shots in both bright and low light conditions. You can also reduce the effects of unstable hands while filming with Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS) technology and relive your memories as if you were still there with high fidelity 360° Nokia spatial audio.

The Nokia 7.1 AI enhanced front facing camera introduces facial recognition to deploy animated 3D personas/masks and filters.

The Nokia 7.1 comes in Gloss Midnight Blue is available in South Africa from 06 November 2018 with internal processing and storage of 3GB/32GB. The Nokia 7.1 will retail from R 5999, from Vodacom and selected retailers.

 


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