Nokia 6.1 Plus is a mid-range smartphone with 4 GB RAM, 64 GB storage and a Snapdragon 636 processor. It has a tough competition from MI A2, Redmi Note 6 Pro and Motorola One Power. People get confused before choosing it as there is a tough competition in this range. So we are telling you if buying this smartphone is going to give you happiness or not.
It has 5.8 inches 1080 X 2280 pixel display and has a notch type design. Its screen to body ratio is very high and holding this smartphone feels just like you are holding only screen. It has glass on back also and has an aluminium frame.
Its body, the volume rocker keys and screen lock key are very precisely manufactured and they feel very premium and sharp. Its build quality is top-notch. Its body is a little bit slippery. Its SIM card slot is hybrid means you can use either two SIM cards or one SIM card and one memory card at a time in this smartphone.
This smartphone comes with Android 8.1 Oreo and this can be further updated to android 9.0 Pie. It also has Android One program which means that you can get regular updates quickly. The UI in this smartphone is nearly stock Android and nokia hasn’t tweaked this too much and this feels very nice to operate.
So it has got a Snapdragon 636 processor with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage and this processor is one of the best processors in the market. This smartphone can perform daily tasks with ease and this processor uses very less power of battery. This smartphone can also play heavy games easily.
Nokia 6.1 Plus has a 16+5MP dual camera at the rear and you can take decent shots with this smartphone. Portrait shots taken with this smartphone are also very high quality and there is very nice edge detection. This smartphone works best in the daylight but the image quality slightly gets noisier in low light. This is acceptable, though. But its camera quality is not as good as MI A2.
The rear camera can even record 4k videos and it has EIS, means your videos will have reduced shake.
The front camera is a 16MP shooter and it also has a portrait mode. The portrait shots taken with this camera also have very high quality and in low light, this camera uses a screen flash. This flash is not as bright as LED flash, but it gets the job done.
So, this smartphone has a good camera setup but if you want even better camera than this, you should go for MI A2.
This smartphone has a 3060 mAh battery which lasts for a full day and supports Quick Charge 3.0 but Nokia doesn’t include this charge in the box. You have to buy this charger separately.
There are no big negatives about this smartphone. Just it has a hybrid SIM slot and its price is higher than its competitors.
So, the Nokia 6.1 Plus is an all-rounder smartphone with very nice build quality, camera, performance and software and if you are ready to pay a slightly high price than its competitors, this is the best smartphone for you and buying this smartphone will definitely put a smile on your face.