Not only we now know that the Nokia 8.1 will be one of the three phones to be unveiled next week, but we are now also certain that the Nokia 8.1 is the global version of the recently announced Nokia X7 in China. The leaked renders of the Nokia 8.1 shows that the device will include a notch located above the handset's display, while the rear panel of the handset contains the fingerprint sensor, the dual rear cameras, and the dual LED flash. Both the volume rocker and the power button are located at the right side of the handset, and the device will feature a dual-tone anodized metal frame.
It's all in the leaked press materials explicitly saying "Phoenix" more than one time and at first glance, the hardware is identical to the Chinese Nokia X7.
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There have been some rumors surrounding the Nokia 8.1 for a while now, but we may have gotten the next best thing to an official confirmation. With its high quality dual camera photography and AI-accelerated experiences powered by the octa-core chipset, the Nokia 3.1 Plus makes premium photography features available at an accessible price point. It will come with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. On the front, the device sports an 8-megapixel selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture.
He also cautioned that this will be a phased process, so some countries with longer technical approval cycles won't get Android 9.0 as soon as the others. It is to be expected that the phone will launch in the coming month, on December 5. The report on NokiaPowerUser has shared images and marketing material for the Nokia 8.1 and adds that "Expect More" is the punchline for this phone.