Nokia 6.1 Plus Description
Originally intended for only the Chinese market and sold there as the 'X6' but later launched all over the world as the Nokia 6.1 Plus. Available in Gloss Midnight Blue, Gloss White and Gloss Black colours with a neat finish, the device build quality is also good for a phone in the lower end of a mid-price range.
A well crafted 5.8 inch at a 1080 x 2280 pixel display with a notch for the selfie camera, Gorilla Glass 3 and 19:9 display ratio making it an elongated smartphone following the current trend regarding shapes. The full HD+ display comes with 96% NTSC colour gamut. Nokia 6.1 Plus is using a powerful Snapdragon 636 chipset with Adreno 509 GPU for the graphics on the phone.
The Nokia 6.1 Plus has only one variant as for the space and RAM, at 64GB storage and 4GB RAM. The space can be extended using SIM slot 2 with a microSD card with support for 400GB, that would easily handle all your space requirements! The OS is Android Oreo and can be upgraded to Android P to make it run more efficiently. The selfie camera on the Nokia 6.1 Plus is 16MP while the rear comes with a 16MP+5MP sensor with dual-tone LED flash, electronic image stabilization and variable aperture allowing this phone to take good pictures in most light conditions.
Overall the Nokia 6.1 Plus is a good phone for its price range with good design a decent camera and enough power to multitask with a battery at 3060mAh that has Quick Charge 3.0!
Nokia 6.1 Plus Specifications
Display: 5.8-inch, 2280x1080, 19:9 IPS LCD with notch
Rear Camera: 16MP f2.0 + 5MP f2.4 depth sensor, two tone LED flash, 4K30 video, EIS (1080p only)
Front Camera: 16MP f2.0 fixed focus, 1080p video
OS: Android 8.1 Oreo (Android One)
Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, 1.8GHz 8x Kryo CPU, Adreno 509 GPU
Memory: 4GB LPDDR4X, 64GB eMMC 5.1, microSD support (up to 400GB)
Battery: 3060mAh, Quick Charge support
Connectivity: Dual SIM (hybrid), LTE Cat. 4, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS/GLONASS, USB 2.0 Type-C, headphone jack
Misc: FM radio, fingerprint sensor