Móviles Nokia Nokia 6.1 Dual SIM, 3/32 (2018) teléfono desbloqueado de fábrica – visualización de 5.5 inch – 32 GB – negro (garantía de Estados Unidos)
|Precio:||$5,752.23 + $66.43 de envío.|
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Handheld perfection you can rely on
Strong, striking and smooth. The Nokia 6.1 is cut from a single block of aluminum and features a sculpted 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass display. Unlock your Nokia 6.1 with a rear fingerprint sensor for ease of use and maximized front display area.
The latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 mobile platform with 3 GB of RAM provides 60% more performance. All the power you need for smooth, lag-free use.
Perfect-picture memories, every single time
Capture the moments that matter on Zeiss optics 16MP main camera with 4k video recording. Show both sides of the story with innovative Dual-sight mode, using both the 16MP main and 8MP wide-angle selfie camera that performs well, even in low-light conditions.
More sound, less noise
Using the two in-built microphones, record spatial audio focusing on the sound you want, and not the noise, in every clip you shoot.
Get going faster
Charge up to 50% in 30 minutes with USB type-C charging.
Android One is Android at its best
Android One brings a Google designed software experience to the Nokia 6.1. Get everything you want and nothing you don’t with a streamlined, easy to use interface, a curated set of pre-installed apps, and free unlimited high-quality photo storage with Google Photos. Launching with Android Oreo, regular security updates and two years of OS upgrades means the Nokia 6.1 with Android One stays secure and features the latest Google innovations.
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The phone came with Android 7.1.1. When it connected, it downloaded and installed Android 8.1.0.
The phone feels good. Nice size, weight and balance. It replaces my Motorola NEXUS 6 which was heavy, a bit too large, and had odd balance in the hand.
The weakness of this phone is its little mono speaker for media play. I use a Bluetooth speaker instead. A headphone jack is provided.
I've had the phone about 3 weeks. It has gone sluggish intermittently and crashed and restarted a couple times. With 8.1 Oreo APPS can't be moved to the SD card. The camera jpeg quality is very poor. The camera crashes on Panorama and seizes on stills.
I am now greatly disappointed and would not recommend this to anyone.
A few days ago I woke up in the middle of the night and my room was lit by the phone on my nightstand. I couldn't turn it off. I considered putting it in a drawer and waiting for the battery to deplete. I kept trying and eventually got it into recovery mode and selected the Reboot option. It didn't work. More attempts got me back to the recovery options where I wiped the system and reloaded it from cloud backup. It installed Oreo and Google Play restored my APPs.
The phone has been working much better than before. The camera is still slow to take its first shot and Chrome has a hesitation once in a while. The pictures from the camera are looking more like a real camera than they were.
Maybe the upgrade from 7.1.1 when I got the phone was the problem. Except for the hesitations in Chrome and camera startup the operation is normal.
If not, I'll update again
With Android 8.1 things are no better. Sluggish. Many screen freezes on common apps. The camera is the worst. It claims to be 15MP but it looks like a 4 MP picture scaled up to 15MP. If the picture is really 15MP you should be able to enlarge it on screen without pixelating. I've added a photo, straight from the camera. You can see the EXIF says it's 15MP. See for yourself.
,,..................... About the camera..............
The Camera APP zoom doesn't really work. Rather than doing a digital zoom, it crops out of the center of the view and saves the postage stamp size image. The APP CameraMX from the Play Store works correctly. Even with the Zeiss lens and a working APP it's not a great camera. The sensor must be some cheap generic industrial type. I had expected a lot better from all the pre-release hype and reviews.
On the plus side:
--Superb solid build quality and a great look.
--Pure Android. No bloatware, no icky proprietary user interface, and no Adups spyware sending info to China
--Android One already running 8.1 Oreo with two years of promised updates and regular security updates for three years
--Great battery life. I'm not a power user (I don't "game" or watch a lot of videos) but with reasonable use, a lot of web browsing, etc., I can easily get several days on a charge. In fact, after two full days of regular use recently, I still had 61% of battery life remaining.
--The screen is totally fine with adaptive brightness. No, it's not AMOLED, but I'm not going to be watching The Last Jedi on this thing.
--The bottom-firing speaker for music or speakerphone is both loud and clear, and while stereo would be nice, this works fine.
What's average (thus the 4 stars)?
--The camera, but I'm not looking to replace my DSLR with my phone. It takes decent enough snaps in average lighting conditions. The selfie camera isn't terribly robust, but do you really need 16 MP just to take a picture of yourself?
--The curved edges on the screen. It's trendy right now, but it makes it difficult getting a screen protector to fit without being either too small or having edges that don't stick down.
--None that I've discovered so far. The only real problem is that since it's a new phone, there aren't many accessories (cases, screen protectors) to choose from. That is changing fast.
Bottom line--it's hard to imagine why anyone other than gaming addicts or people who want to watch movies for hours on end would lay out three times the cost of the Nokia 6.1 when this beautiful little gadget handles everything else so well and has pure Android to boot.
UPDATED REVIEW: (I originally gave this phone 5 stars)
The phone I received from Amazon was the TA-1068 (aka International) version of the phone. It does NOT have Band 12. While the phone works fine on T-Mobile in a metropolitan area, it absolutely does not work in a less urban environment (like Northeastern PA). This is because T-Mobile uses Band 12 (700 Mhz) to provide coverage in those areas. As soon as I left the Northern Virginia area headed North, I began to have issues with connectivity. The phone went from 4G to E to no service. After much research I found out that the US version is TA-1045 but I had the TA-1068. Searching on Amazon for Nokia 6.1 TA-1045 will yield the phone I received but that is inaccurate. Amazon refunded my money immediately and that is why I love Amazon.
So if you are T-Mobile you must find the TA-1045 version of the phone. Since I couldnt find it on Amazon I bought it at Walmart. Hope this helps someone else from having the same issues I experienced.