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Nokia 5.1 Plus Renders, 360-degree video reveal notch display, dual cameras

HMD Global recently released the Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 2.1 which were the mid-range smartphones. A new leak has now suggested that the company is now working on an upgraded variant of the Nokia 5.1 dubbed as Nokia 5.1 Plus.

HMD launched the Nokia 5.1 with 18:9 display and a single camera and now its upgraded version Nokia 5.1 Plus might be launched with several improvements. The Nokia 5.1 Plus leaked in renders and a 360-degree video which revealed its key features including a notch display and dual rear camera.

Nokia 5.1 Plus Features

From the leaked rendered video, the Nokia 5.1 Plus will be featuring a 5.7 inches display with a notch on the top just like the Nokia X6. This is going to be the second smartphone from Nokia with a notch display. The smartphone seems to be wearing a metal encasing which is also a similarity to the Nokia X6.

The Nokia 5.1 Plus is going to be 8mm in thickness and rest of the dimensions could be 149.5 x 71.9 mm. An image of the Nokia 5.1 Plus also got leaked which is based on the rendered video only. Both of these leaks came from the TigerMobiles, which has a good track record of their leaks.

Credit: TigerMobiles

The rendered video only gives us an idea of what to expect in the final product, and since these are leaks so the final product may lose the final product. The rendered video also reveals that the smartphone will feature a dual camera setup at the back with the fingerprint sensor and the bottom side of the smartphone shows a USB Type-C port.

The smartphone supposed to be powered by a MediaTek Helio P23 processor which is a mid-range processor. The rumors say that the smartphone might get launched at the IFA 2018 event which is starting from August 31. However, nothing of this is confirmed by the company, so we have to wait for the official announcement.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

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