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Nokia launches its valuable flagship smartphone 8.1 with ‘PureDisplay’

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Nokia launches its valuable flagship smartphone 8.1 with 'PureDisplay'

Dubai: HMD Global that makes and sells Nokia phones has launched Nokia 8.1 in its value flagship smartphone line-up with “PureDisplay” screen technology at an event here.

The device would be available in blue/silver, steel/copper and iron/steel colour variants, starting in mid-December for 399 euros (roughly Rs 32,000).

 

Nokia launches its valuable flagship smartphone 8.1 with 'PureDisplay'

 

It is an Android One smartphone, which means it will have the latest Android version and regular security updates.

“We’ve seen great success in the value flagship category. With the Nokia 8.1, we are pushing the boundaries in this segment. We offer accelerated performance with a first-class processor architecture, dual cameras with an industry-leading sensor, OIS and ZEISS Optics for low-light imaging and our new PureDisplay HDR screen technology,” Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer, HMD Global, said in a statement.

The device features a 12MP main camera with ZEISS Optics, Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) superfast autofocus.

 

Nokia rolls out its valuable flagship smartphone 8.1 with “PureDisplay”:

 

There’s a 20MP front camera for selfies too.

The Nokia 8.1 is the first Nokia smartphone to launch with Android 9 Pie out of the box.

 

Nokia launches its valuable flagship smartphone 8.1 with 'PureDisplay'

 

“As an important partner for Google, HMD Global has enabled a diverse portfolio of Android One devices with a software experience that is fresh and secure. We’re thrilled to continue our partnership with HMD Global on the new Nokia 8.1, the brand’s first device with Android 9 Pie out of the box,” said Jon Gold, Director of Android One Partnerships, Google.

The phone comes with 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage and 3500mAh battery with 18W fast charging.

 

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After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there is a demand for a ban on pubg

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Demand to ban Chinese goods continues to grow. After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there has been a demand to shut down Chinese games related to children.

Members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee meeting on Information Technology on Tuesday demanded a ban on the popular but controversial Chinese game PubG among children. The agenda of the meeting was data privacy and data security.

Apart from this, some members expressed concern over the Chinese app being used in the country despite the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps.

It most prominently referred to the cam scanner. The cam scanner is used to scan documents and photos on mobile and is also included in 59 restricted mobile apps.

Members particularly expressed concern that the police administration of the country is also using this app. The members were more worried about whether sensitive information was being stolen through this app.

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