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Crank

Since Microsoft will stop support at the end of 2019 and app vendors like WhatsApp are going to follow suit, a replacement for my (beloved) Lumia 950XL was necessary. After reading many reviews and the numerous complaints regarding advertisements, forced apps, bad support, malfunctions and programming errors from Samsung and others, I decided to buy the Nokia 8.1 with Android One. Now Yesterday 4.10.2019 the Nokia 8.1 arrived and the first meeting with Android took place. The SIM card from the Lumia was moved to the Nokia and the power-up process was started. Because the protection of my data is very important to me and I don’t like to let others participate in my life, almost all Google services and permissions were deactivated. Otherwise the initialization went without any problems, I was able to set up everything and after I found the Microsoft Apps Outlook, Word and Excel I was almost 98% happy. An important negative point is the documentation / manual! Nearly all of the instructions in the current Nokia manual (on the Nokia Home-Page) were outdated, as well as many instructions in the internet, so that I (computer expert) had to do a lot of trial and error and search with different keywords. The differences were mostly redesigns and re-placements of the symbols and changes in the procedures how to do something. Since I had concrete ideas about what I wanted to do, I also came to the goal after several searches and found out that the functions of Wín10Mobile are almost all available in Android 9, but hidden and operated differently. My Windows Bluetooth keyboard also works and my wireless Bluetooth earphones also work, but unfortunately with a time delay during transmission, so that the sound is no longer lip-synchronous (this was not the case with the Lumia). I have not found more problems so far. But the change from the Lumia to the Nokia is huge, but it’s also fun.
Will keep the Nokia 8.1 and see what experiences I still have to make.
For all those who are not super gamers or don’t care about very good photos, I can only recommend the Nokia 8.1 with Android One and with 305€ it’s not too expensive.
PS. Note about Amazon: The packaging was extremely bad! The 304€ expensive smartphone lay in its product cover very loose in an outer packaging such as a shaking / rappel can, is it still possible? Let’s see if it survived this ordeal. (Not part of the product review)
2019-10-14 Addendum: The training is now finished and everything is ok with the Nokia 8.1, no unnecessary apps, no advertising and the battery lasts for 2 days even with intensive training. Now Android 10 is also on it and some things work different, some unnecessary news and new bugs e.g. the lock screen function doesn’t work anymore, but the Nokia 8.1 can’t do anything but Google. The Nokia 8.1 was a good grip for me so far. The only thing I miss from the Win10Mobile time are the malfunction and the unreliability of Microsoft but also the great connection between Office on the PC and on the Lumia 950XL, which is very modest with Android, but there are compromises :-).
One point is still worrying for me, I had to switch on the Google functions again, so that my program, to synchronize the Outlook data with the smartphone, works again. This shows how far Google intervenes in the monitoring of the processes.
Whoever expects documents from Nokia or Google during his training will be bitterly disappointed. There is a manual from Nokia, but it is incomplete and not up-to-date. Also at Google there is a page with help, but also here the processes and functions do not correspond with those on Nokia 8.1, although Android-One Vers. 10 is installed and there should be no deviations here. So I had to try a lot of things, search the internet and create my own documentation, because you can’t keep everything.
Supplement 2019-10-22:
Leider the Nokia now has a malfunction: No reception – network is not recognized anymore. The SIM card is ok and works in my old Lumia 950XL without problems. Return was accepted by Amazon without any problems.
Will try again, because everything was totally up to my requirements before.
Supplement 2019-10-27
The new smartphone Nokia 8.1 is here and set up again. Everything is fine again and with Android 9 everything works again as described by Google. I have the feeling that this device works a lot better than the previous one (shouldn’t be, but who can tell?). Android 10 is not yet offered for this device (another inconsistency) and I’m not sure if this is good or bad for me :-). Let’s see if this update is a forced update or I can refuse it.
Addendum 2019-12-28
The delay with the Bluetooth earphones is fixed, as cause I found the VLC-Media-Player-App. With another video app everything works lip-sync.
The update situation has not improved, since 1.9 there are no more updates available and Nokia says nothing about it. The main reason for purchase (monthly security updates and updates to the latest Android version) is not respected, very bad service from Nokia. Otherwise the device will only work with 3 stars for now.
Supplement 2020-04-01
The update status hasn’t changed at all, since the purchase not a single update, all just empty promises. Rating now goes down to 2*. According to Nokia everything is ok and I still have to be patient, but after 6 months this is no longer there. It seems to me that there is something wrong with Nokia and the new company has taken over a bit. Let’s see if Nokia survives this crisis at all.
Supplement 2020-04-01
Have now after 3 weeks on my request at Nokia When comes an update for my device again only an answer without content, whereby very obviously my request was not even read correctly. Only Bla Bla and we will forward your request.
Once again only typical chinese behaviour to block customers with problems, selling yes but then the service is over, too.
Supplement 2020-04-03
After some clear words to Nokia and hints from the Android-Help-Forum, I got more information about the update problem from Nokia (but no reasons): Exchange SIM card and try again!
Done this as follows:
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Here’s my procedure that led to success without any factory reset:
Both devices switched off (not stand-by)
Switched the SIM card in Nokia 8.1
Nokia 8. 1 switched on again and no connection with the charger.
Soft-Reset performed
Update request started
=&gt, Software-Update Android 10 (V4.308) incl. Google Security Patch 2020-03 is loaded and installed. APPs and data remain, Factory-Reset is not necessary.
Restart after completion of the update started, as required by Nokia 8.1.
=&gt, device needs time to set up everything new
=&gt, New version: Android version 10 &amp, Build-number 00WW_4_308
Done!
Now I had to wait 6 months and invest a lot of time to find a solution without Nokia. But also Nokia suggested this only when I told them a similar process from the Android Help Forum.
This gives a deep insight and does not strengthen the trust in the Nokia Service.
Since Android 10 has now been installed, I raise the rating again to 3 stars.
Supplement 18.5. All further updates come back to normal, so the world is ok again 🙂

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 20:20
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runninfree

I can’t understand the problem with the missing updates: My Nokia 8.1 on Android 10 with patch status from February 1, 2020, I might have to manually trigger the update in the menu under System – Advanced – System Update. If this does not work, the problem seems to be somewhere else. Possibly an important service is not activated or similar.

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 20:42
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wayne miller

I can’t understand the problem with the missing updates: My Nokia 8.1 on Android 10 with patch status from February 1, 2020, I might have to manually trigger the update in the menu under System – Advanced – System Update. If this does not work, the problem seems to be somewhere else. Possibly an important service is not activated or similar.

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 20:42
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Sadee

The 8.1 is my first Nokia Smartphone, which I classify as a device of the upper middle class and which, apart from its newer operating system (Android 9 instead of Android 8), has only little more to offer in terms of features and daily use than my Huawei Mate 9, which is now a good 2 years old. I won’t go into technical details here, as they have been described many times elsewhere. The scope of delivery also includes the tool for opening the slot, power supply, charging cable and a quick start guide, and in addition, the Amazon Bundle includes a car adapter. A detailed user manual is available on the Internet.
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Construction and features
The smartphone makes a qualitatively well processed impression. It is completely flat and lies very well in my hand. The controls and the fingerprint sensor are easily accessible, defined to operate and react reliably and quickly. However, the on/off switch and the volume control sit very flat on the device, which may make operation a little more difficult, depending on the thickness of the protective cover. A highlight is definitely the 6.18 inch display, which with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,280 pixels offers a pin-sharp, bright and very high-contrast display with rich colors – surfing, playing and reading are a pleasure, not to mention the map display during navigation. The colours are reproduced vividly and true to life. Even operating in sunlight has so far been unproblematic. It requires nano SIM cards and is dual SIM capable, i.e. the slot has two slots for either two SIM cards or one SIM card and a micro-SD card up to 400 GB of memory. However, the internal memory of 64 GB is quite sufficient for me at the moment, as I regularly transfer movies and photos to my computer. It is not waterproof – an IPX standard is missing. As usual in the meantime, the battery is permanently installed and cannot be replaced. Furthermore there is a jack plug for connection with a speaker or headphones. The Smartphone is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC and can therefore be used for payment without any problems.

Commissioning
The commissioning can basically be easy if you regularly back up your data in Google Drive – the Smartphone can import the last backup. I first had to create a backup, which then installed all apps, but without the saved user data. Here, the one who stores his data in a cloud or in user accounts with the respective manufacturer clearly has an advantage. In order to get my WhatsApp data back, it was even necessary to uninstall the app and then reinstall it and restore the WhatsApp backup. After resetting the smartphone to factory defaults three times, I left out the data that wasn’t absolutely necessary. br>br>br>Usage br>br>Using the Nokia 8.1 is fun. The interface is clear and structured, the operation is intuitive, changes to settings and switching between different apps are done with just a few touches. All applications run smoothly and fast, videos and live streams are played smoothly and without jerking, games also run smoothly. The WLAN connection is permanently stable and fast – in our WLAN the 8.1 runs over the 5G connection. All pages are built up quickly and reloaded in a flash when scrolling. Just as unspectacular were the Bluetooth connections to various speakers and headphones, but also to our car radio, the navigation system and the coffee machine ,-), also with stable connections. The music playback is ok, the playback via network loudspeakers as well, I don’t use the included earphones. The fingerprint sensor is functional and reliable, only the touch screen needs some encouragement sometimes to respond to my inputs, although I haven’t attached a screen protector yet. Occasionally, I have put the smartphone aside and used the app on my iPad when the touchscreen was particularly stubborn – why it sometimes weakens in this respect is a mystery to me. For the sake of completeness – also the phone calls work perfectly, the connections are stable and the voice quality is flawless, there have never been any interruptions during a phone call so far.
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runtime
Very well I like the runtime of the 3500 mAh battery, which certainly also has a runtime of 2 to 3 days due to its good energy management when I use it with frequent surfing the internet, frequent messaging (WhatsApp), about half an hour of playing per day, but with deactivated GPS. At the same time it has a short charging time of about 1.5 hours with the original accessories. On an excursion with many photos and later viewing it lasted about 1 1/2 days.
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camera
In daylight the camera takes good pictures and usable videos, if the light fades, the recordings are quickly noisy. The need for a 20 MP front camera, which has a higher resolution than the rear camera (12 MP), is less obvious to me as a representative of the older generation, I hardly ever use it. Videos with the rear camera are possible with UHD resolution. An optical image stabilizer is built-in. I will test both, and also the many different setting options when taking pictures, extensively in my coming vacation, of course in the knowledge that a mobile phone camera cannot replace a good DSLR.

Conclusion:
The Nokia 8.1 is fast and reliable, lies very well in the hand and is intuitive and easy to use. Its display is definitely outstanding, and the battery life and fluid performance are also positive. I am a little surprised that, with the exception of the newer operating system including the advertised updates and the other camera resolutions, I can’t see any significant differences in daily use to my over 2 year old Huawei Mate 9, which even has a more reliable touchscreen than the 8.1. An IPX standard would be contemporary to me. Nevertheless, with the 8.1 you get a good and reliable device with which you basically do nothing wrong.

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 13:14
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katheryn

I decided to buy the Google Pixel 3a because the device and the operating system come from one source. Google guarantees updates for the next three years. When I bought the device, it had a version 9.x installed, which I updated without any problems. . Google always distributes newly developed versions of its operating system to devices from its own company first. This was another reason for me to buy. With my previous androids often months passed from the announcement to the update.

The Pixel 3a has a large 5.6 inch OLED – screen. The case fits well in the hand. But the surface is quite smooth and could slip out of your hand. I would recommend to buy a silicone case!

The setup of the device was quick and easy. Insert the Nano-SIM and switch it on. At the first start the device asked for some data and settings and after a few minutes it was ready to go. It could read the data of my old mobile phone without any problems, because they are stored on my Google account. There were no problems whatsoever with the transfer.

The Google Assistant makes this process much easier. Here you can set all sorts of things, including how the phone is protected from prying eyes. You can choose between numerical code, pattern or fingerprint.

I have – just for fun – asked the assistant a few impossible questions by voice command to test it! The answers I got indicate a very well trained AI. Either the answers were accurate or original. Sometimes the assistant babbles a bit too much. And he is also polite. I once thanked him for an answer, then the AI answered me with For You always! To the question: Google, how can you be insulted?the assistant replied: I don’t like it, but I can’t stop you either! Wonderful – I will certainly have a lot of fun with it! You can set up the assistant to listen permanently – so you don’t have to call it every time with the command O.K. Google every time. The sound quality is fantastic, both the voice quality and the music playback have convinced me. I have installed a radio app on the device and saved my favorite stations there. Also Youtube videos are played in very good quality. It’s hard to believe that such small loudspeakers can have such quality: No squawking, no hissing, but really rich sound.

On the subject of security I would like to say that the device has, besides the already known old-fashioned features, only a fingerprint sensor that you can set up with the help of the Google Assistant. The device does not (yet) offer face recognition! Maybe that will come – with a future update of the Android operating system!?

The 5.6 OLED screen offers rich colors, and a good contrast. Unfortunately it is not anti-reflective, so that there can be disturbing light reflections. You can also switch the screen to a dark mode, which makes reading on the screen much more pleasant. I find the large screen very pleasant. One can e.g… Noitzen finally read without straining the eyes. It’s also an advantage for game apps, because you can see details much better.

The battery lasts (under normal use) longer than a whole day, and thinks along with you. The device remembers those apps that are used most often and gives them priority. This means that less important apps have to queue up at the back of the queue for battery power. The battery with its only 3,000 mp/h is a weak point in terms of performance. But the heart of the Google Pixel 3a – theQualcomm Snapdragon 670 – allows you to work fluidly! Of course I have informed myself in advance on various test pages and forums. There this processor was often criticized as too slow, but I cannot confirm that. I don’t need a fast racehorse, but a horse with endurance! The processor power is completely sufficient for what I do with the Smartphone, I use it mainly privately, so I can’t really judge how it proves itself in everyday business life, where one reaches for the phone much more often.

The camera of the Pixel 3a is one of the plus points of this device.12.2 megapixels are offered by the front camera. And it offers a night vision function, which allows to take great pictures even in less light. Very nice. The photos are crisp and sharp.

The Pixel 3a recharges quite quickly. In normal mode it takes 2 hours for a full charge. But there is also the possibility of a quick recharge. It has been criticized in various reviews that the player is not expandable, because it doesn’t have an (additional) card slot! The device has 4 GB internal memory. For me personally this is completely sufficient. In addition, Pixel 3 has a lot of online storage (which can be expanded for a fee if necessary). So this is not necessarily a disadvantage.

Because of its size, the device is rather not suitable for one-handed operation. But the weight of about 150 grams is acceptable, I think..

All in all I can say that I am very satisfied with the Google Pixel 3a. It is a solid middle class smartphone, which is fully sufficient for me. I don’t need a high-end device.

Pluspoints:
+ Sound quality
+ Screen (resolution, colors).
+ Very good camera
+ Stock-Android

Minuspoints
– Battery has too little endurance.

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Answer report comment December 23, 2020, 17:28
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Muzammil

Of course I can’t say how many other people have a similar requirement profile as me.
But if your priorities coincide with mine then the 3a is a bull’s eye.

What I expect from a mobile phone:
– good usability
– fluid software
– very good camera
– good battery life

What I don’t need, respectively What I don’t need or don’t want:
– huge display (too bulky for me)
– edge display (the probability of a defect (fall damage etc.) is too high for me)
– CPU and GPU power for gaming or complex calculations (I don’t do that)

Before I bought the Pixel 3a I had the P30 Pro from a friend in my hand. The camera results are really impressive.
Since the Pro was out of question for me (Edge) I bought the normal P30. The photos were also very good, but 2. things bothered me.

1. If I take a photo and click on the picture in the camera app, it will be opened with the Huawei Gallery app. Since I prefer Google Photos this disturbed me immensely. Even if you select Google Photos as Gallery App in the software, the Huawei App will still start. If you look at the picture in the camera app with the Huawei Gallery app and delete the photo, the picture is still in the Google Photo app because it has already been saved via Wlan. Doesn’t sound tragic at first, but it gets annoying very quickly when you have to switch apps to delete a picture you’ve just taken.
2. Very often the P30 takes a photo and the hint comes up while taking it: Keep the device quiet for a sharper photo. This will take 1-3 seconds. If you don’t do this, the probability of getting a blurred picture is greatly increased. So it is not suitable for moving objects (my children).

-The pixel 3a sometimes (portrait mode release) processes a picture a little bit longer (1-2 seconds) after the shot until you see the result.
But it is sharp and no long time exposure like the Huawei. In this case, Google’s software solution is simply much better.
The image quality of the pixel is excellent. Even with low room lighting, sharp portraits are possible.

-The size of the pixel is exactly what I want. I don’t need a phablet in my trouser pocket which looks 25% out of it and doesn’t offer a good wearing comfort.

-battery life is also enough for me. Today the device was fully charged at 10 o’clock in the morning. We were with our children in the amusement park and I have made the whole day but already a lot of photos and videos. In addition to that I regularly use WhatsApp so that grandma has all the pictures at once.
In the evening at 7pm when I arrived back home I still had 64% battery power. You can’t complain about that.

– The plastic case doesn’t bother me either. I use a protective cover anyway. Furthermore I don’t like all the glass cases. They are always smeared and much too slippery. Have you ever held a S10e without a case in your hand? If so, you know what I mean. For me the pixel 3a is just the right thing. That’s why I gave it 5 stars. If it is the same for you, you have to decide for yourself.

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 12:21
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b_my_utopia

Thanks, very good review! You can tell that you are judging from the point of view of a real user and not from the point of view of a nerd! What bothers me about my S10, for example, is the completely pointless edge display, the unnecessarily bad fingerprint sensor (why does it have to be under the front of the display?) and the completely unnecessary lengthened display. It’s a good smartphone, of course, but a lot of things are simply rubbish from an ergonomic point of view. the pixel 3a seems to be the choice of reason here. Too bad that Google only uses a camera lens. This keeps me from using pixel 3 or 3a at the moment.

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 13:49
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Leslie A. Russell

Thanks, very good review! You can tell that you are judging from the point of view of a real user and not from the point of view of a nerd! What bothers me about my S10, for example, is the completely pointless edge display, the unnecessarily bad fingerprint sensor (why does it have to be under the front of the display?) and the completely unnecessary lengthened display. It’s a good smartphone, of course, but a lot of things are simply rubbish from an ergonomic point of view. the pixel 3a seems to be the choice of reason here. Too bad that Google only uses a camera lens. This keeps me from using pixel 3 or 3a at the moment.

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Charlie Walczyk

Thank you very much for the factual, user-oriented review of the Pixel 3. It is very gratifying that there are reasonable people besides the many cell phone spinners after all. They have influenced and confirmed my purchase decision considerably. LG Günter 

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 13:22
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shardell

Thank you very much for the factual, user-oriented review of the Pixel 3. It is very gratifying that there are reasonable people besides the many cell phone spinners after all. They have influenced and confirmed my purchase decision considerably. LG Günter 

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 13:22
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JEP

Thanks for the review. With Huawei, I also had the experience that the Photo App often required the device to be held still after the shutter was released. I will now also get the Pixel 3a after I feel confirmed in all my priorities by this review.

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 13:00
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Vivian

Thanks for the review. With Huawei, I also had the experience that the Photo App often required the device to be held still after the shutter was released. I will now also get the Pixel 3a after I feel confirmed in all my priorities by this review.

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 13:00
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Ahmad seyar yousofi

Great description, I have a question, I am looking for a cell phone that makes very good motion pictures, because we have 2 little grandchildren, a dog and a chick. How about the Pixel 3?LG Beate

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 13:45
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Matt Walmsley

Great description, I have a question, I am looking for a cell phone that makes very good motion pictures, because we have 2 little grandchildren, a dog and a chick. How about the Pixel 3?LG Beate

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 13:45
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C Landreneau

Thank you for the good review, but if you take the kids to an amusement park, the kids will love it if you give them the attention.)

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 12:57
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M. Carlin

Thank you for the good review, but if you take the kids to an amusement park, the kids will love it if you give them the attention.)

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 12:57
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Michelle T

Edit:

The mentioned energy saver was removed by Nokia. Therefore the mobile phone now gets the rating it deserves. 5 stars
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First time to Nokia 8.1. Yes it is really a very good mobile phone. Fast, cleanly processed, a pleasing design and a long battery life. I also like the hidden Notch very much. The display is sharp and smears only minimally when scrolling fast. It comes with a nice unmodified Android 9.0 and you only have a few additional OEM apps on the device. If it had a notification LED, it would be exactly the smartphone I want.

ABER:
The totally exaggerated power management kills after about 20 minutes any app running in the background that is not part of the system. Sleep as Android, AccuBattery, etc. do NOT work anymore. If you deactivate the corresponding Evenwell services (e.g. com.evenwell.powersaving.g3) they work most of the time. Also it is not possible for apps to start a foreground process (e.g. alarm clock) if they are not active in the background. Speak, 3rd party alarm clock, calendar etc… do not work or only unreliable.

The last few days I was woken up by my old radio alarm clock, which I actually use to prevent me from getting up. The Nokia only worked seven times out of the planned ten alarms.

That’s why only two stars for this actually very good smartphone.

On dontkillmyapp.com Nokia is on top of the list concerning excessive energy saving.

Update:

I have removed the service com.evenwell.powersaving.g3 via ADB as described on the website dontkillmyapp.com. Since then all apps work as they should. Alarm clock etc. is now running. But as long as there is no reaction from Nokia and they remove this crap or at least make it easy for laymen to turn it off, I will stay with the two stars.

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Answer report comment December 21, 2020, 04:17
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This Cat

My husband bought himself the Nokia 7 Plus and with that we had a good possibility to compare. br>>br>Optics:
The optics differ only in the point that the 8.1 is slightly thicker than the 7 Plus. But with both mobile phones it is disturbing that the camera protrudes from the back of the device. Thus the devices always rest on the cameras. With a protective cover it gets a bit better, but we still find the solution bad.
Besides that, there is nothing spectacular on the 8.1, which I don’t judge negatively. If you prefer a simple design, this is the right place. Only the silver border sets a slight contrast. The 7 Plus in copper/black is also kept simple, but due to the copper design, it looks a bit more noble.

technology:
The 8.1 appears like a slightly upgraded version of the 7 Plus. It has a slightly faster processor and, like the 7 Plus, 4GB Ram. In normal use with the same applications, the 8.1 would be much faster. The 8.1’s display is a bit bigger, but it seems that Gorilla Glass has been omitted here. I always use armored foil anyway, but I still find it strange, since the price has been raised considerably. The touch display reacts cleanly and fast, even with armoured foil on it.
The battery lasts with 3500 mAh just as long as the 7 Plus. Although the battery of the 7 Plus has a little more power with 3800 mAh. Both batteries are firmly installed and can not be removed.
With surfing, playing, whatsappen over the day, I am in the evening on about 50%. Very well. The 8.1 is also Fast Charging compatible, but that doesn’t seem to help, because both phones charge equally fast. Both mobile phones have NFC and all modern connection standards. In addition, both mobile phones are Dual Sim capable. This means 2 Sim cards or 1 Sim and 1 memory card. When the internal memory of 64GB is upgraded, the 8.1 is ahead. Here MicroSD cards of up to 400GB can be used, in the 7 Plus only up to 256GB.
For phone calls – yes, the phone can do that too 🙂 – one has a super voice quality. I am clearly understood according to my conversation partners and I also hear my counterpart more than clearly.
What concerns the speakers, you should be aware that you are not holding a boombox in your hands. Nevertheless, it is enough to listen to music or watch videos on the road.
We find it disturbing with both devices that the charging cables have the USB-C standard. I don’t know how many charging cables we have flying around at home, but now you always have to have one at hand. Do you want to charge your mobile phone at a friend’s place when you don’t have your cable with you? No one there has a USB-C. Great, what’s with the ?

cameras:
The main cameras on the back take pictures with 12+13MP and a LED flash. It’s a pity that Nokia didn’t use a real flash again, like with the then excellent camera of the 1020. Nevertheless this camera takes very good pictures at least in the bright. In the dark the quality of the pictures unfortunately decreases a bit, but they are still good. In contrast to the 7 Plus (16MP), the front camera takes pictures with 20MP. However, the pictures of the Selfiecam don’t get really good on both phones. Above all, you should not tremble at all, ansonszen is blurred. On both phones the quality of the pictures gets worse as soon as you zoom. You should avoid this if possible.
With both mobile phones you can take great HD videos, as long as you don’t zoom into the picture. Then it noises relatively quickly. Nevertheless, the 8.1 is slightly in front, because an optical picture stabilizer was built in, which is unfortunately missing in the 7 Plus. Nevertheless, on the whole, both mobile phones don’t do much here.

Conclusion:
We are actually completely satisfied with both mobile phones, even if one has to make small cutbacks here and there. The 8.1 costs about 150 Euro more than the 7 Plus, but we can hardly understand that. Because the differences are simply too small for that. If there were at least as good a camera as the Nokia 1020 at that time, the much higher price would be justified.

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Answer report comment December 19, 2020, 06:43
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DOREEN KENNIE

– DESIGN –
The Nokia 8.1 first of all stands out because of its simple design. The phone is made of aluminium and looks good with the metal frame. The back is not too slippery and it is quite thin with 8 mm thickness, which unfortunately makes the camera module protrude a bit from the phone. Personally I’m not a fan of such designs, because without an additional protective cover I’m always worried about scratching the camera when putting it down – I’d rather have a mobile phone that is half a millimeter thicker and thus has e.g. more battery – but well…

– DISPLAY –
The front is dominated by a large 6.18 inch screen, which has a so-called notch on the top. This is quite wide, but in everyday use it’s hardly visible if you choose a black notification bar (like on the product photos). I’m not a fan of Notchs, but in this case it’s not so bad.

The IPS screen itself is super bright. I often use my mobile phone as a drone controller outdoors and have had to struggle with sunlight a lot so far. The Nokia has no problems here – really great. The Full HD+ resolution (2280×1080) is more than enough for a sharp picture and bright colors.

– PERFORMANCE –
The Nokia 8.1 works with a Snapdragon 710 and Adreno 616 GPU and 4 GB. For me and most other users these numbers have little relevance. Therefore, all that can be said is that the phone is totally fluent in everyday use and has no hiccups. Gaming enthusiasts will find that the phone easily handles even more demanding titles like PUBG and Fortnite.

The battery life is also good. The Nokia effortlessly lasts the whole day in the everyday test and is fully charged within about 1.5 hours thanks to the quick charge function. Wireless charging by induction is not supported. br>>br>- CAMERA ->br>The back of the phone suggests that the Nokia has two cameras with different focal lengths. Unfortunately this is not the case and one of the cameras is only used for artificial blur effects, which I can do without. The image quality is very good under daylight conditions. In low light you can see that the camera stumbles a little and raises the ISO value, which causes image noise. But for small format pictures like on Instagram the photos are still OK at night. The front camera has a higher resolution than the main camera with 20 megapixels and makes very good selfies. The Nokia records videos with optical image stabilization in a resolution of up to 4K.

– MISCELLANEOUS –
Additional features of the Nokia 8.1 include a reliable fingerprint sensor on the back, a practical notification LED, USB-C charging socket and the possibility to use a second SIM or MicroSD up to 400 GB in addition to the primary SIM card. The operating system is Android 9.1 in the Android One version, which stands out without pre-installed advertising apps or manufacturer-specific user interfaces. Therefore an update to Android 10 is very likely. Unfortunately, the phone has no IP rating, which means that it is not certified waterproof. And yes, the phone even has a headphone jack! Also included was an adapter for a cigarette lighter socket.

– PRICE-PERFORMANCE-RATIO –
With a price of 387 Euro (as of 02/09/2019) the Nokia 8.1 offers a good amount of features. In this price-performance segment there are some alternatives, mostly from up-and-coming Chinese brands, but they often don’t offer a pure Android experience (like with Android One here).

– CONCLUSION –
The Nokia 8.1 is a good midrange smartphone. The battery lasts all day, the camera delivers very acceptable results in daylight. There are small deductions for the lack of waterproofing, the protruding camera and the thick notch. Therefore, there are altogether good 4 stars.

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Answer report comment December 19, 2020, 06:01
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Avila

My first impression on 18.01.2019 when I got the Smartphone and unpacked it:
I like the Nokia 8.1 optically very well. It is good in the hand. The picture quality is simply mega good! br>What I personally do not like: it has unfortunately (like all Nokia’s) no LED display. Also, I don’t like the fact that (for cost reasons) in Germany the Notch is a black bar and not a real Notch like in America or Asia.
The smartphone size takes getting used to. Unfortunately, big Smartphones are trendy at the moment.
To the camera: The photos are mega! Videos should only be made in 4k, because up to Full HD they are just mega (I think).
The price: I have pre-ordered the Smartphone for 387€. I don’t know if I would keep it for 449€.
Now the Smartphone is being tested and then I will update the review.
I definitely recommend the Smartphone to others!
UPDATE 24.01.19:
Android Pie: The device is very fluid and fast. Luckily, you can adjust the status bar from Android 8 where you have the usual 3 buttons.
The battery: The battery lasts for about 24 hours with intensive use (chatting, YouTube, playing games). Charging takes about 2-3h (I don’t use a quick charge, because it is poison for the battery)
The camera: It is almost perfect. Almost,because the Selfie camera takes too sharp and often too bright photos. The rear camera is perfect for me. You get good photos and nice 4K films.
REPAIR 27.02.2020:
I got full refund today, because I had to send the phone to the repair shop and it had too many defects for a repair. I am very disappointed. The phone had the following problems and bugs after not even one year of use:
fingerprint sensor spackled, selficam was too bright and too sharp, microphone was broken-my videos sounded like tin can sound, the back of the glass came off, I had problems with the phone as well as with internet reception, the camera app often froze, snapshots were not possible and much more! I don’t know if it was because it was a pre-ordered internet product. Now after only one 3/4 year of active use I am rid of the Smartphone again and yet disappointed, because my Nokia2 what I bought in an electronics store 3 years ago has no problems until today – maybe you should buy Smartphones only in a store. Now I wait for the Nokia8.2
FAZIT: I stick to it, that the smartphone is not only optically a high-quality device. I do not regret the purchase trz of the many problems in the end and would recommend the smartphone trz, because I assume that I was with the many problems possibly an isolated case and smartphones in the store often work 1A. Dare to buy Nokia – but not on the Internet ? – you will not regret it! hope I could help you

4+
Answer report comment December 21, 2020, 01:15
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ManofColor

Price performance top, camera awesome!!!

5+
Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 11:41
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Richard E. Crabb

What does Huawei actually say about this? Have you talked to them?..other than that, there is of course no greater imposition than to invest 2 minutes every few months (?) times 2 minutes in adjusting the display brightness. The fact that they have even awarded a star shows their infinite generosity!

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 15:35
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Summer Lover

What does Huawei actually say about this? Have you talked to them?..other than that, there is of course no greater imposition than to invest 2 minutes every few months (?) times 2 minutes in adjusting the display brightness. The fact that they have even awarded a star shows their infinite generosity!

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 15:35
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christopher bower

But there is also the one with the automatic brightness and the warming of the processor and then it reduces the brightness. You can’t buy that, that belongs forbidden, just like the stupid user.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 13:52
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Jasmine Banks

But there is also the one with the automatic brightness and the warming of the processor and then it reduces the brightness. You can’t buy that, that belongs forbidden, just like the stupid user.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 13:52
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Julie R

Known problem, in the developer options disable sunlight readability, – and all is well ,)

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 14:02
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Rose Armen

Known problem, in the developer options disable sunlight readability, – and all is well ,)

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 14:02
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Multi-Media Man

There are too many people who have no idea about the hardware and how to use it.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 14:23
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Minerva King

There are too many people who have no idea about the hardware and how to use it.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 14:23
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Arny and Grace

I agree… :))) Exactly these idiots make the ratings unrealistic!

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 15:09
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Steven B.

I agree… :))) Exactly these idiots make the ratings unrealistic!

0
Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 15:09
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Scott G.

Why do you restart your Smartphone so often?

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 15:38
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Rosemary Syverson

Why do you restart your Smartphone so often?

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 15:38
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A Sim

This is not very nice. I will report this

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 12:21
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John Ferneborg

This is not very nice. I will report this

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 12:21
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Deanna Robeson

You got that right.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 13:02
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S. Dean

You got that right.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 13:02
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D. Broady

For a long time, Nokia was considered to have gone under, the jump to the smartphone seemed to be the company after the dominance in the mobile phone age can not take. But in the meantime, the manufacturer has fought back and with the 8.1 has brought a very competitive smartphone onto the market. With this review I will certainly not be able to describe all the points that could be decisive for interested parties, so I will concentrate on the points that are important for me to judge.

1 The battery life is okay, with normal use with communication via Massenger, a few short phone calls and some running apps, the Nokia already lasts 24 hours, but then has to be charged every day. This happens within about two and a half hours (of course always depending on the intensity of use and the power connection), which I find a completely acceptable value.

2. The speed is really convincing. Apps are started very fast, downloads run fast with a strong W-LAN connection, the response time to commands is low. In the test period this has not decreased despite loading some apps and the usual increased usage during testing.

3. The screen is great! The colors are strong, the contrast is very well adjusted, the sharpness is impressive. Thanks to the high resolution, very clear and vivid images are produced. In addition, it is simply quite large – which of course also takes up more space in your pocket. Here you simply have to weigh up what is more important to you personally. But the very flat design makes for a comfortable weight despite the size.

4. The camera takes really good pictures. Whether on the smartphone itself, on a larger screen or printed out, you don’t have to make any concessions with the outdoor camera. The inner camera is a bit weaker and adjusts the colours a bit too strong, makes the pictures look a bit too bright, but that’s whining on a very high level – I’m also very satisfied with the inner camera!

5. The sound quality is good. Yes, because telephoning is still an important aspect for me. The voices are reproduced clearly and distinctly, but the person opposite is also provided with unadulterated sound. Of course, this is also reflected in the music reproduction, which scores with good bass and balanced treble (depending on the connected sound body, of course).

Otherwise, the equipment is as usual, besides the usual connection possibilities such as GPS, WLAN and Bluetooth, there is also a wonderful old-fashioned clinker socket. The side buttons have a good pressure point and, like the rest, look very valuable and durable. However, the Smartphone is also quite smooth and because of the small thickness you have to be a little careful that it doesn’t slip out of your hand when making a phone call.

This Smartphone from Nokia has convinced me completely, the small weaknesses are not concise and often not better solved even by the competition. The size and the quality of the screen are on a very high level, also in terms of performance this model scores. For me, it can only be improved in nuances at the moment, which is why I like to give it a full five stars.

5+
Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 15:20
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Liz Quye

Actually, it’s quite a decent smartphone. Everything runs smoothly, the fingerprint sensor works well and the display is very bright and easy to read even in sunshine. The operating system is Android One. This point was decisive for me in the end for the purchase. Because with Android One, the smartphone should receive regular, i.e. monthly, security updates. But today, on 19.1.2020, the security updates are still at the level of 1.9.2019. There is no trace of regular updates. Obviously the supply of updates depends on the so-called build number of the device. I guess this is the production series. And I seem to have got the wrong one. The demand at the support was very unsatisfactory. They answered quickly and with lots of text, but my questions were not answered. General and evasive text modules, nothing more.
Almost five months without update is not acceptable for an Android One – mobile phone anyway.
Because of the missing updates and the bad support unfortunately only 2 stars. Otherwise there would have been more in it.
Update 21.3.20
After a ‘workshop stay’ the smartphone now works perfectly. Therefore you now get 4 stars.

4+
Answer report comment December 20, 2020, 12:38
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Sabrina Scheerer

Actually I was looking for a smartphone to 1. use my company card for the data volume and 2. use my private card for phone calls and WhatsApp… besides some games and a few email accounts. A Nokia 3.1 was enough, I thought to myself, NO, was much too slow and the memory was at the limit, …so I exchanged it and the 6.1 ordered 32 GB. What nobody here told me… when you’ve installed all the stuff, the memory is almost full, you can’t get an SD card back in, because there are the two SIM cards,… the processor won’t pull a herring off the plate and it likes to get out of games… so back that thing up and now I have the 8.1,… perfect benchmark around 175.000, all other tests also in the upper range, 64 GB = something with 40 GB after installation of all apps incl. games free, performance, handling, look (I have a transparent silicone cover for everyday use and an outdoor cover if it goes into the wilderness) THANK YOU to Amazon for accepting the twofold exchange without any problems (of course you shouldn’t tear everything apart and really just test the phone) I’m sticking with 8.1 now and will buy my next phone again via this platform. Because of my satisfaction and the price/performance ratio I give 5 stars. More is always possible, but then more expensive or different. ….oh yes…. AndroidOne is the bang, smart and tidy, no more extra gallery, photos and videos right on Google Photos, update the next years secured. Top System.

5+
Answer report comment December 21, 2020, 01:29
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Lean

I have had the Pixel 3a for a week now and so far I am extremely satisfied with it. I would even go so far as to say that it is the best Android device I have had so far. This is mainly due to the software that just works. I’ve had several phones from other manufacturers and due to the adjustments they make to the system, there are always minor or major problems and inconsistencies in various apps. The pixel has a pure Android, just like Google developed it and the app developers tune their software to it. And you can see that. I used to have a OnePlus 6, and although it has a reputation of having an unadulterated Android (which is not true), several apps have had problems time and again due to OnePlus’ flawed software.

I don’t have the problems you can read in the reviews here. The touchscreen responds very well, the call quality is good and the processing is flawless. Although the back is made of plastic, it gives a solid and high-quality impression. And of course plastic has some advantages over the often used glass, because it doesn’t break and is much lighter.

That the camera takes excellent pictures has been mentioned many times and I can confirm it. And although the Pixel 3a has no high-end processor, it runs absolutely smoothly. I can’t see any real difference to the much more powerful OnePlus 6 in normal use.

And on top of all that, Google personally takes care of system updates, so that you were supplied with them directly the day Android 10 was released. With other manufacturers like Motorola, this can take a year or more, if it comes at all. With the pixel you know exactly when and how long you get updates.

It should be clear that it is a Google device and therefore the well-known Google apps and services are on it. But this is the same with all other Android devices, only that often additional bloatware from the manufacturer is added. And the good thing about Android is that most of the things you don’t want can be deleted or turned off.

So far I’m absolutely satisfied with the device and if it stays like this, I will buy Android devices in the future only from Google as the manufacturer.

5+
Answer report comment December 22, 2020, 19:05
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Alexander Velasquez

Pleasant is the large and bright display as well as the fast handling. One of the reasons for buying the phone was that it comes with a current software: directly from the factory with Android 9, but also that with the Android One no bloatware is included. The battery and the respective support of the current Android make it possible to run for a few days without a charger. The camera is quite decent for daylight shots, but not in low light at the moment. The case surface is extremely smooth. On a firm, even and only slightly inclined surface, the device can make itself independent, even without a vibration alarm. A cover is therefore practically obligatory.

5+
Answer report comment December 20, 2020, 22:00
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Mega Shopper

The product was cheap. The delivery happened earlier than expected.

5+
Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 19:59
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MaryLou

Just yesterday a lot with an egg on the floor in the kitchen and already it was broken, but the stupid thing can’t stand anything! Where else do they drive over eggs with an excavator and nothing breaks. I don’t buy eggs anymore, it’s just too stupid to have a broken brain.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 21:10
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Super Pet Nanny

Just yesterday a lot with an egg on the floor in the kitchen and already it was broken, but the stupid thing can’t stand anything! Where else do they drive over eggs with an excavator and nothing breaks. I don’t buy eggs anymore, it’s just too stupid to have a broken brain.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 21:10
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ventingisok

I understand. A champagne glass fell out of my hand the other day. A thousand pieces of glass! Damn quality! I don’t buy anything from that manufacturer anymore either!

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 21:45
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Lala

I understand. A champagne glass fell out of my hand the other day. A thousand pieces of glass! Damn quality! I don’t buy anything from that manufacturer anymore either!

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 21:45
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Kiara P.

Oh man… what another bullshit contribution! Then let all the other smartphones fall down, too. Result should be 90% the same ,) 

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 22:19
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wanda brooks

Oh man… what another bullshit contribution! Then let all the other smartphones fall down, too. Result should be 90% the same ,) 

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 22:19
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777

A device that is made of glass all around gets broken if you throw it on the floor? That’s outrageous ,) 

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 22:01
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Ryan G

A device that is made of glass all around gets broken if you throw it on the floor? That’s outrageous ,) 

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 22:01
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Reydi

When have you ordered it? I’ve ordered mine on 6th june, have yet to receive it.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 20:37
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JAWs

When have you ordered it? I’ve ordered mine on 6th june, have yet to receive it.

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Answer report comment December 17, 2020, 20:37
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Courtney Ati

The device makes a solid impression at first sight.
The fact that in the year 2019 with a 400€ smartphone no volt or Vowifi is supported (was confirmed to me by HMD in the chat) makes me speechless.
More than 2* I can’t give more with this carver.

2+
Answer report comment December 20, 2020, 23:40
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Carla Smyers

I am someone who has rather conservative demands on a mobile phone. Therefore I am someone who is very critical of the development of smartphones in the last 3 years. Why is the voice quality of the phone hardly mentioned in all the tests and reviews? What is a curved display good for, if I protect my device with a cover anyway? Why is it necessary to save on a headphone socket and why should I handle an adapter for it? Why not make the devices a millimeter thicker and a little less fancy and use a sufficient battery? Why should I accept that the manufacturers are releasing new devices every few months, but don’t provide security updates for the time the devices are in use?
All this really gets on my nerves personally with most of the current devices.
That’s why I find the Nokia 8.1 a really successful device. And here are the points in detail:
* Good battery performance
* Large + good screen
* Decent call quality
* Headphone jack 3.5 mm
* Screen without edge
* Explicit control keys down
* Keys with good haptics
* High quality workmanship
* Android One

Yes I know: If you want to use the Nokia 8. 1 with the current top devices, they come off better with some technical features … but these devices then sometimes cost twice as much. And it might be that if you only look at these technical features – and don’t rate the quality so high – there might be devices in the middle of the range that offer a little bit more this or that for the same money…
For me this is no reason to devalue the Nokia 8.1. The only thing I would like to see is a better camera… but that’s no reason for me to deduct a point…

For me the Nokia 8.1 is a very well balanced device in the midfield that meets my – admittedly conservative and quality oriented – demands very well…
That’s why I gave it 5 points.

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Answer report comment December 19, 2020, 08:08
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A Reader

I have now tested the Nokia 8.1 intensively and come to the result: a top smartphone. After the first power-on the battery was about 60% charged, so I could do the first installation in peace. Before I could start, the latest system update was automatically loaded after logging in to my W-LAN. After that a few questions about the initial setup followed and off we went.
First time you notice that only rudimentary Google Apps are preinstalled.
That’s: Google, Google Maps, Calendar, YouTube, Gmail, Google Drive, Play Music, Play Movies, Google Pay, Duo, News, Photos, Chrome, PlayStore. That’s it! This is great! No bloatware, a very fluid clean system. That’s the way it has to be!
The photos are really good thanks to two Carl Zeiss lenses. So good that I can hardly believe that this is supposed to be a mid-range smartphone. The Nokia 8.1 can be unlocked by fingerprint on the back (works fast and reliable). The USB-C connection is fast and up-to-date, the battery lasts one and a half to two days with average use. The huge 6.1 inch display is colorful and leaves nothing to be desired.
There is only one thing that bothers me: there is advertising with the fact that you get free system updates for 2 years thanks to Android One. On the one hand that’s a good thing, other Android smartphone manufacturers don’t promise anything. On the other hand: why only limited to two years? My old iPhone 6, which meanwhile has been around for 4 and a half years, is still provided with the latest operating systems.

Despite this, you have to say: that’s very good for Android, so no minus point here either.

Conclusion: for me the best smartphone in this price segment at the moment. Absolute recommendation.

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Answer report comment December 19, 2020, 05:13
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Mheg

The Nokia 8.1 is for me a middle class mobile phone with top equipment. What convinced me the most is the energy management. Even if there are reviews to the contrary – which I can’t understand – I am absolutely impressed by the power management. The 8.1 easily manages many days on one battery. Of course, the usual strain such as hours of video watching is more or less fatal for the battery, but if you don’t use your smartphone excessively, you don’t have to worry that the 8.1 won’t last into the evening.
(a sleep monitor app, for example, which also permanently records sound, reduces the battery by not even 30% in 8 hours)

The system runs without problems and crashes in comparison to other Android One systems, as they often happen with the Motorola One. Updates come, as promised with Android One, numerously and regularly.

Processing and appearance are absolutely top class. Everything looks very high-quality and you really like to have it in your hand. But there we already come to the points, which makes me devaluate a star. The processing in all glass and polished metal makes the phone very smooth and slippery. It’s too slippery for a mobile phone that is suitable for everyday use, which you constantly take in your hand, in your pocket and out of your pocket. Several times it almost slipped out of my hand – luckily it landed on the sofa.

The camera is not able to perform miracles now, but even under less than optimal conditions it still takes quite nice photos (to say it right away, it can’t compete with the flagships of Apple and Samsung).

All in all for less than 400€ a very nice mobile phone, which convinces me absolutely, especially regarding battery life and workmanship. Who has no problems with the very smooth surface may confidently strike!

4+
Answer report comment December 19, 2020, 04:21
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Fanny

The pricing for the recommended retail price of 450€ from Nokia for Germany (Europe) is simply too high! This price is at most justified for the soon to be offered 6GB/128GB, although in China the identical Nokia X7 6GB/128MB is already offered 20% cheaper than the 4GB/64GB version. This is there by 40% cheaper available.

Next is already a Nokia 8.1 Plus on the roll. It is to be counted on a fast price drop for the 8.1 without PLUS, something wait could be worthwhile itself therefore.

For a price under 350€ one can recommend this Smartphone however surely!
Otherwise is in the meantime the Nokia 7 plus to recommend, which feels even more valuable than the new Nokia 8.1 and similar qualitatively good daylight pictures makes. For night shots, the new one is a bit better, but of course it doesn’t come close to top class. The Nokia 7 plus has meanwhile settled down under 300 Euros, and the price/performance is okay!

3+
Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 14:38
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Mimi K.

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 15:16
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Sasuke Mishima

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 15:16
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Delaine Barrett

bla bla blaHave you something to say about the cell phone? What is the point of all your comparisons of prices and other cell phones. A review is about the product and its functions. Man man man, again one who did not understand it.

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Answer report comment December 18, 2020, 15:58
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JaLo-s Mommy

bla bla blaHave you something to say about the cell phone? What is the point of all your comparisons of prices and other cell phones. A review is about the product and its functions. Man man man, again one who did not understand it.

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Google Pixel 3a XL
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Contrast ratio: infinite
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CPU
Octa-core (2x2.0 GHz 360 Gold & 6x1.7 GHz Kryo 360 Silver)
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Main Camera
12.2 MP, f/1.8, 28mm (wide), 1/2.55", 1.4µm, dual pixel PDAF, OIS
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64GB 4GB RAM
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