Nokia unveiled five new gadgets only a couple of months back on MWC. At that point, in May, they included a three more. You may have suspected that they would be improved the situation this year, however new breaks propose that they’re unquestionably not.
The Nokia 5.1 Plus, which will be a piece of Android One program, has quite recently been spilled.
So, what do the new leaks show? First of all, we see a big iPhone X-like notch. But, like most of the mainstream Android device manufacturers, the phone still shamefully features a big chin. If that wasn’t enough, the chin also has a shiny NOKIA logo on it. The display size is 5.7-inches. Phone dimensions are roughly 149.5 x 71.9 x 8mm. That’s basically it for the front side, which looks like all glass by the way.
On the sides, you’ll see the same aluminum frame from the Nokia X6. On the right side, you’ll see a volume rocker and a power button, while the left side only features a SIM card tray. The top side has a 3.5mm audio jack, while the USB Type-C port is located on the bottom.
The glass rear panel now features a vertical dual camera system with big LED flash. The fingerprint scanner is located just below that, exactly where a fingerprint scanner should be. In the middle, you’ll see yet another shiny branding of NOKIA. I’m glad it’s not printed in the middle of the screen too.
That’s pretty much everything we know about Nokia 5.1 Plus so far. The device will run Android One, but we don’t know if it will be Android Oreo (most likely) or Android P. That probably depends on when the device is released. You can also watch a 360-degree video courtesy of OnLeaks and Tiger Mobiles.