The name Nokia may remind you of brick devices but Nokia 7.1 deals are the real deal. Punting far above it's weight, the Nokia 7.1 can be bought from a measly £13 a month and yet, still packs a strong camera, impressive LCD display and mid-range processor.
With Nokia 7.1 deals you're getting mid to high range specs while paying dirt cheap prices. It brings lots of high-end features to a more affordable phone than you'd expect, as it sports a premium design alongside some impressive new screen tech that upscales standard quality video you're watching on your phone to HDR10 quality.
There's a 5.84-inch display on the front with a Full HD+ resolution and a notch at the top of the display on the front of the phone. Inside is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset and you've got the choice of 4GB of RAM with 64GB of storage, or 3GB of RAM with 32GB of space.
If you're desperate for a new phone that can do lots while not bankrupting you, it may worth considering Nokia 7.1 deals. Below we're set to talk you through some of the best offers on this device.
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Unlocked Nokia 7.1 SIM-free deals
Happy to buy the phone outright? SIM-free Nokia 7.1 deals cost you £299 from most retailers, but that may be set to change after the phone is out on shop shelves for a while. If you don't want to buy it on contract, you may want to look at grabbing the phone outright and then pairing it with one of our best SIM only deals.
This way you won't be tied into a 24-month contract and it means you'll may be able to swap your package between providers with relatively little hassle. Below you'll find all of the best prices we've found for the Nokia 7.1 in terms of SIM-free deals.
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Nokia 7.1 deals provide you with a solid mid-range phone with some interesting features we haven't seen at this price before.
The 5.84-inch display looks great and the HDR10 features are a great idea for anyone who watches a lot of video on their phone but doesn't want to pay through the nose for a handset like the Sony Xperia XZ3 or Samsung Galaxy S10. Everything else here - including the performance and look of the phone - looks to have the makings of a solid mid-range device, and we can't wait to try this properly for our full review.
Read TechRadar's full Nokia 7.1 review