Nokia X7 With a Punch-Hole Screen and 48MP Camera Launched
This afternoon, HMD released the mid-range Nokia X71 in Taiwan. At the same time, the company’s Weibo channel also announced a new X-series machine. As we can see in the pictures, it’s the same phone. Thus, our protagonist will hit the Chinese market soon. This will be followed by the launch in other markets as well.
The Moonlight Button is one of the highlights of the Nokia X71. It is located on the right side of the phone. Simply put, it is a combination of a power button and a breathing lamp. This design is simple enough to make the Nokia X71 stand out from the current smartphones.
In addition, the X71 is Nokia’s first phone with a punch-hole screen and a 48MP rear lens.
The front of the phone sports a 6.3-inch screen with a resolution of FHD+. Due to the addition of the boring hole and the narrow chin, the screen ratio reaches 93% – this is the highest screen share of current Nokia models.
The 48-megapixel super wide-angle triple-camera, fingerprint recognition sensor, and Nokia’s logo are arranged vertically in the middle of the back. Among them, the 48-megapixel camera has passed the Zeiss optical certification and supports the 4-pixel integration function, which can effectively improve the quality of the night shot. The wide-angle lens has a maximum shooting angle of 120°.
As for the battery, the Nokia X71 is equipped with a 3500mAh battery and supports up to 18W of fast charging. According to the official statement, it lasts for a day.
On the processor side, the Nokia X71 seems to be unable to keep up with the rhythm. It uses the Snapdragon 660 mobile platform. Although it is considered to be the best mid-range SoC, the starting price of NT$1,1990 (approximately $389) is really not too competitive. So if it goes to other markets with the same or identical pricing, it couldn’t make a tough competition to the current mid-rangers.