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  # 2140859 6-Dec-2018 22:31
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I would not generalize it for all new Nokia handsets on Android One. Nokia 5.1 is on Android One (though it's still on Android 8) and it allows to format SD card as adoptable storage without tricks. I used SD card as adoptable storage on 5.1, but it was PITA. When Play Store was updating apps they got moved back to internal storage. I got tired of the exercise of moving apps back to SD card after every update.

 

Probably there is some reason to doesn't allow formatting SD card as internal on 7.1. You can try formatting SD card as adoptable storage using adb:

 

adb shell

 


sm list-disks

 

<disk id, something like disk:179,128>
sm partition disk:179,128 private


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Wannabe Geek


  # 2204921 25-Mar-2019 23:50
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Anyone who's been using Nokia 7.1 cares to share their experience? Anything at all from a day-to-day performance, battery life to camera.

Also is there a catch here on dicksmith https://www.dicksmith.co.nz/dn/buy/nokia-71-64gb-steel-nokia/ ?
(A lot) lower price and better spec comparing to the retail offering at the likes of Spark and Noel Leeming.

Thanks

 
 
 
 


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  # 2205143 26-Mar-2019 15:38
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emktx0: Anyone who's been using Nokia 7.1 cares to share their experience? Anything at all from a day-to-day performance, battery life to camera.

Also is there a catch here on dicksmith https://www.dicksmith.co.nz/dn/buy/nokia-71-64gb-steel-nokia/ ?
(A lot) lower price and better spec comparing to the retail offering at the likes of Spark and Noel Leeming.

Thanks

 

Yes it is way cheaper.  Not sure how many SIM slots it has.  In the preable it says "The Nokia 7.1 Dual SIM is all about capturing photos that look so good, you just have to share them. " But in the specs it says "SIM Type  Single Nano-SIM"

 

Wonder which??





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Old3eyes


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  # 2205192 26-Mar-2019 17:01
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old3eyes:

emktx0: Anyone who's been using Nokia 7.1 cares to share their experience? Anything at all from a day-to-day performance, battery life to camera.

Also is there a catch here on dicksmith https://www.dicksmith.co.nz/dn/buy/nokia-71-64gb-steel-nokia/ ?
(A lot) lower price and better spec comparing to the retail offering at the likes of Spark and Noel Leeming.

Thanks


Yes it is way cheaper.  Not sure how many SIM slots it has.  In the preable it says "The Nokia 7.1 Dual SIM is all about capturing photos that look so good, you just have to share them. " But in the specs it says "SIM Type  Single Nano-SIM"


Wonder which??



Thanks for sharing. I haven't noticed that myself. If it really is the 4GB/64GB version, I believe it's also dual-sim.

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