Nokia announced the X7 for the Chinese market in October.
At a hardware event in Dubai today, the company revealed its identity for the rest of the world: the Nokia 8.1. It's the same phone as was announced a few weeks ago — dual rear cameras, Snapdragon 710, and a competitive price tag — just with a new name.
The 8.1 offers some serious specs for a relatively budget-friendly device, including a 3,500 mAh battery, up to six gigs of RAM, and Android 9 Pie out of the box thanks to Android One. It also sports Nokia's minimalist aesthetic in three color combinations: Blue/Silver, Steel/Copper, and Iron/Steel.
Read more in the full article: Android Police
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