8GB built-in storage, up to 128GB with a memory card
8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera
2, 500 removable Li-ion battery
Design and Display
Enveloped in plastic material, the smartphone is as basic as you can imagine. Thick bezels surrounding its top and bottom regions while the physical buttons are placed on the right side. The “NOKIA” logo appears at the top bezel, as well as the phone’s rear. A speaker cut-out is situated at the base area of the rear to project quality sounds.
Thanks to the 5.45-inch display, visuals can be well relayed on the smartphone. However, you’ll have to make do with a 480p resolution to control colour output. The phone banks on 18:9 aspect ratio to extend its delectation.
Battery and Camera
In the power segment, there’s nothing out of ordinary save the removable nature of the 2,500mAh battery. The phone’s cover can be removed by any and Harry in order to replace the battery pack. About its capacity, it should serve you half a day on 3G Internet usage.
You can shoot basic pictures with the 8MP back camera. This camera employs the services of Autofocus and LED flash to help out in its deficiencies. Videos with the resolution of 480p@30fps and 720p@30fps can be recorded easily with this shooter. On the other hand, decent selfies are executed by the 5MP front lens.
Hardware and Software
MediaTek MT6739W coordinates the full operations on the device. It teams up with a 1GB RAM for multitasking roles. If Go Apps are mostly used, you’ll experience less lagging of apps. Speaking of Go Apps, the Android 9.0 Pie (Go Edition) ensures that those apps come pre-installed.
Two variants of the Nokia 1 Plus exist based on the internal storage – 8GB Whatsoever variant you purchase, you can increase the storage to 128GB through a MicroSD card.