We quite liked the Nokia 6.1 Plus. There isn’t much about the phone that particularly stands out, but it’s still one of the best available options at its price point (Rs. 15,999).
The handset looks elegant, is delightfully compact, and runs stock Android software (with promised updates). On the downside, the battery mileage is just ok, Camera performance takes second place to Mi A2, and the 6.1 Plus shouldn’t be the first choice for hardcore gamers.
For anyone who’d rather have a more manageable phone (something we personally prefer), the Nokia 6.1 Plus is a clear winner. But if you prefer bigger screens and must have the best available camera, the Mi A2 should strike as a better option.read more →