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Discover the power of the latest generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 that will let you reimagine what can be done on a smartphone, complete with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage and up to 400GB with a micro SD powered with an all day batteryBright, high contrast 2. 5D 5. 84” FHD+ HDR screen with 2220x1080 resolution and 19: 9 aspect ratio with a Compact screen to body ratio of 80% and Corning Gorilla glassDual 12+5MP rear camera for vibrant and stunning images and an 8MP selfie camera with an 84 degree FOV so everyone fits in the picture every time that utilizes HDR, Dual Sight, and pro camera modes to create unparalleled imagesBuilt on the most advanced version of Android One that brings a Google designed software experience with a streamlined, easy to use interface and curated set of pre-installed Google apps and two years of OS upgradesAll the latest connection options including NFC, Bluetooth 5. 0, OTG, fast USB Type-C charging, and a fingerprint sensor. LTE Bands supported: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 28, 38, 40, 66. Wi-Fi 802. 11 a/b/g/n/ac
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11 Reddit comments about Nokia 7.1 - Android 9.0 Pie - 64 GB - Dual Camera - Dual SIM Unlocked Smartphone (Verizon/AT&T/T-Mobile/MetroPCS/Cricket/H2O) - 5.84" FHD+ HDR Screen - Blue - U.S. Warranty:

u/TIFUbyResponding · 11 pointsr/tmobile

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Band 5 is used in one city in South Carolina, so let's ignore that one. Not having band 12 is basically making the phone worthless these days, and not having 66 or 71 is getting worse and worse by the day as the deployment rolls out.

So yeah, that Nexus 5 is going to give major issues on the network now. If you want something cheap and without bloat, look for a Nokia with Android One. Nexus experience, pretty much.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QTLB1D9/

https://www.amazon.com/Nokia-7-1-Unlocked-Smartphone-T-Mobile/dp/B07HD2X91Q

Another option would be the Essential Phone, which is a bit older, but was a flagship 2 years ago and have a stock Android feel.
https://www.amazon.com/Essential-Resistant-Factory-Unlocked-T-Mobile/dp/B07KT7K8BV

Also, Let's Go Islanders!

u/FirstLight3368 · 3 pointsr/grandorder

I'm looking for some insight into buying a new phone. Specifically, the one I'm leaning towards right now is the Nokia 7.1. Preemptively, I want to say that I've done a bit of research already and know that generally iPhones handle FGO better than Android but this is what I can afford so please don't simply suggest getting one instead.

Will this phone be sufficient to run FGO for at least a few years (basically up until NA reaches where JP is now)? If not, what kind of specs should I look for in a device to achieve that level of future-proofing?

I'd also love to know if anyone has any personal experience with the 7.1 or a similarly spec'd phone and can give details on how FGO performs such as any lag, loading times, etc. Thanks in advance!

u/OudBruin · 2 pointsr/Nokia

I pre-ordered the 7.1 in the US on Amazon. I don't have it yet, but it's advertised as having Pie right out of the box. So I'm expecting to have it.

u/futurebb · 2 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

If your looking at the Nokia 7.1 here is the where you can buy it with a US warranty. There may be other options that could suit you well like the Sony xperia xa2 ultra for $339 while it may have a weaker processor SD636 on the 7.1 vs SD630 on the xa2 ultra, it does have a bigger battery and a huge screen, if you want to save the money the moto x4, nokia 6.1, and sony xperia xa2 (not xa2 ultra) are good phones for less than $300.

If you don't mind buying without a warranty the xiaomi mi mix 2 should support tmobile and at&t without an issue, while it doesn't come with a headphone jack it does have a more powerful processor.

Also the oneplus 6 (not 6T) is currently $430 on their website

u/JackSpoons · 2 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

Country/network? Budget?

Can't beat Moto X4 on the low-mid range right now. $165 or $225 depending on ram/storage configuration. Nokia 7.1 is a slight upgrade over the X4 but a decent pick at $350 assuming you aren't on Verizon or Sprint. Galaxy S8 is still pretty solid at $430 or it could be found for less on Swappa.

u/Minecrafter125 · 1 pointr/suggestasmartphone

Taking a first glance at it, it looks pretty solid. Runs the newest android OS 9.0, has plenty of RAM if you want to do gaming on it. Like you wanted, there are also versions with enough storage that you can download apps without having to worry about deleting others. I don't know if you saw this post on amazon, but that looks like a good deal. A couple others I could reccomend to you are the Huawei Honor 8X, which looks like it should suit your needs. If you are willing to stretch further from your budget for a phone that may last longer for about $250 at the time of posting this, I would reccomend to you the Nokia 7.1. A couple reasons you might want to go for this is that it suits your needs, but it is a more well known and trusted company. I used to have one of these and it was a great phone, although my model was older and the speakers broke once after a couple years. Nevertheless, Nokia has great customer service (which is very important), and they fixed the phone right away. They had me send it to them and even paid for my shipping label and got it back to me within the week. If you want the better customer service and are willing to pay a bit more, then go for the Nokia. If not, the Honor 8X, Galaxy A50, and the P Smart are all great choices. One thing to note is that all three of those are quite similar (in fact, by just looking at the front, you can't even tell which is which!) Under the hood, things are similar. So if you find any of those 3 on a deal, I would just recommend to go for the cheaper one. But in my opinion, if you can afford it, go for the Nokia.

u/bozoconnors · 1 pointr/Android

Making it! (to the US) (edit: sadly, not the 7.1 Plus)

Pre-order up & shipping on the 26th! If I wasn't so happy with my Pixel 2, that'd be my girl.

u/txhippiechick · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe

I'm still researching, but I think I've decided on the Nokia 7.1.

It's $359 and comes out on the 26th.

LINK

u/pokethugg · 0 pointsr/MetroPCS

Hey!

I have the same phone and Metro- I was thinking of getting an upgrade too! I wanted to get the Xiaomi note but it doesnt work well with Metro. I posted a similar thread and was referred this phone.

Nokia 7.1
https://www.amazon.com/Nokia-7-1-Unlocked-Smartphone-T-Mobile/dp/B07HD2X91Q/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1546542045&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=nokia+7.1&psc=1

Also, called Metro and they told me about the Stylo 4

But once I get my money right im gonna get the

Huawei Honor 8:
https://www.amazon.com/Huawei-JSN-L23-Factory-Unlocked-Smartphone/dp/B07L4WRXXT/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1546509719&sr=8-1&keywords=honor%2B8x&th=1

happy hunting