Only a few weeks ago we knew the new Nokia 5.1, the 2018 edition of the Nokia 5, and that came with interesting improvements. Although the Nordic signature seemed to have saved an ace in the sleeve, if we consider the video and the images that have revealed us the design of the Nokia 5.1 Plus , a model with notch.
As we told you, Nokia had launched its three mid-range terminals a week ago, Nokia 5.1 , Nokia 3.1 Y Nokia 2.1 , the new generation of Nokia by 2018, and now we know that there will be new variants, with notch included, let’s know what it would be like.
There is no doubt that Nokia has also embraced the notch fever on the screen, it is not the first terminal of the brand that will feature it. A notch which is certainly being more popular than you would expect, and which is increasingly being seen in mid-range phones, giving it a more premium aspect to your screens . And that is precisely what this Nokia 5.1 Plus will offer. Recall that the Nokia 5.1 has just been announced with a traditional 5.5-inch screen, with rather thick upper and lower edges.
Something that by what we see in the filtered images and video will be completely different in the Nokia 5.1 Plus. In fact, as you can see, the screen would have very thin edges , and in the upper part they would only be thicker in the area where the notch is located. Regarding the size of the screen, nothing has been filtered, but it is expected that with the surname “Plus” it has one size between 5.7 and 6 inches , with a resolution Full HD + , as they usually have this kind of screens.
In addition to the screen, the most substantial change is seen in the back, where it would have a dual camera, instead of a simple one like the current model. Regarding performance, nothing has been revealed of this terminal. But it would not be surprising that he made the leap from the Snapdragon 636 to a 660, one of the most powerful in the mid-range. In any case it seems that the main difference to which the surname “Plus” shall be shall be that of a larger . So it is possible that for a little more money we can enjoy a larger screen in the same size as the current 5.5 inches. We will see when this new model finally arrives on the street, and who knows, maybe also do it with Android One as an operating system, as has done the 5.1.