The notch is more akin to the one in the 6.1 Plus and only holds a single camera as well as an earpiece. The device might also carry a Snapdragon 710 Chipset along with 6GB of RAM.
After the acquisition by the HMD Global, Nokia only started to make smartphone sin new X-series back in May this year. Speaking of which, this is coupled with a vertical dual-sensor setup on the rear that boasts ZEISS branding. It also supports Bothie feature that lets you capture images using both front and rear cameras simultaneously.
Nokia 5.1 comes with a high-resolution 5.5-inch Full HD+ display in 18:9 aspect ratio, making watching your favourite content - be it browsing the web, watching 'Kejetia vrs Makola', sharing amusing memes or gaming - a delightful experience. The company launched the Nokia X5 in China in the month of July. The Nokia 6.1 Plus was priced at Rs 15,999 and it received a good reception from the consumers.
As per the rumours, the firm is expected to launch the Nokia 7.1 Plus. Nokia 9 could be just such a device.
Nokia announced at the time of unveiling it in India that the Nokia 5.1 Plus global average price is Euro 199 (Rs. 16,700 approx.). Nokia has retained the traditional headphone port and accommodates dual Nano SIM card slots. The battery specs are not out yet, but it's expected to be somewhere around 3,500mAh. However, with a trust score of 100 per cent, it seems that HMD Global could indeed end up with the 7.1 Plus pretty soon on our shores. However, the company did not reveal the price and availability of the mid-range Nokia 5.1 Plus at that time.
HMD Global has already sent out the media invites for a launch event on 4 October in London.