Gaming on the Nokia 7.1 was in one word impressive. I didn’t have the highest expectations in the world going in to testing it out, but it seems like Nokia is really trying to make a come back. This is by no means a super expensive flagship type, but sits right in the mid range price range of $300. As we get into some of the benefits to gaming on this phone you can check out some of our live video on it below.
When it comes to this phones specs it has a beautiful 5.8 inch display, a snapdragon 636 processor, and a 3060 mah built in battery. I new right off the bat in order to test this phone out properly I needed to be playing the right games. I chose some of the highest graphic games out there which included Tekken, Into the Dead 2, Left to Survive, and Alto’s Odyssey. Within under a minute you can see just how great this phone handles itself.
Gaming on the Nokia 7.1 was an awesome experience. There was no lag whatsoever playing these high graphic games, and the other thing that surprised me was the speaker quality. When I had the sound turned all the way up it just added to the overall great experience I had with the phone. This also makes it a solid choice for watching videos and listening to music.