Nokia mobile brand licensee HMD Global has Begun sending out press invites for an event in Taiwan on April 2 at Which the Corporation will launch a Brand New smartphone — the Nokia X71.
The forthcoming smartphone will allegedly be HMD Global’s first offering to incorporate a hole-punch display. The company will start the Nokia X71 in Taiwan early next month, alongside the Nokia 9 PureView that will make its debut at Taiwan the identical day. The press invitation indicates that the Nokia X71 will pack a 48-megapixel camera. Some reports indicate the Nokia X71 might be launched since the Nokia 8.1 Plus at the international market.
HMD Global’s press invitation for your Nokia X71’s launch event shows it will pack a 48-megapixel main rear camera along with a secondary lens using 120-degree Field of View (FoV) for shooting wide-angle photos. But the standout feature of this Nokia X71 will be the full-screen display with a hole-punch for home the front camera, exactly enjoy the Samsung Galaxy S10. The Nokia X71 is forecast to be the first smartphone from HMD International to incorporate a hole-punch screen. HMD Global will also bring the penta back camera-toting Nokia 9 PureView to the event, marking its official debut in Taiwan.
As per a report from MySmartPrice, the Nokia X71 May Be launched globally as the Nokia 8.1 Plus. It’s worth mentioning here that HMD has followed a’X-series’ naming convention for smartphones started in China, which later made their way into the global marketplace under a different name. However, there might be a slight gap between the Nokia X71 and the Nokia 8.1 Plus. The Nokia X71 is expected to incorporate a triple back camera set up, while the Nokia 8.1 Plus will reportedly pack two back cameras with Zeiss optics.
Before this season, alleged media renders plus a 360-degree movie of this Nokia 8.1 Plus surfaced online, revealing a hole-punch display and dual rear cameras. The screen will reportedly be 6.2-inches in size, but there is no concrete info regarding the resolution or aspect ratio. The Nokia 8.1 Plus is tipped to sport a comfortable glass design using a metallic rim running round the edges. It is going to reportedly be powered by the Snapdragon 710 SoC, however there is no word on the remaining specifications as of now.