Nokia has added a little stylised edge to the Nokia 8.1 with a anodised metal frame and dual-tone colour options. In the same mix is Nokia 6.1 Plus, which is a lone ranger owing that the 6.1 is already in local store shelves.
Last year, we saw a lot of smartphones with the iPhone X-inspired notch cutouts, and it seems that notches are on their way out this year, thanks to the punch-hole display that only reveals a tiny camera cutout. Effectively, the development should get rid of screen cutouts for a more immersive display experience. It is expected to feature a 6.2-inch display with a "camera hole-punch", similar to Samsung's Infinity-O display.
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HMD Global has recently started to roll out Android 9.0 Pie update for the Nokia 5.1 Plus smartphone. As part of the four-day-long sale, buyers can avail discounts on Nokia branded smartphones. The phone will also have Nokia's OZO Audio technology. The rumor further claims that the device will feature a dual rear camera setup. The Nokia 6.1 originally shipped with a price tag of $269, and it is likely that HMD Global will offer Nokia 6.2 at a comparable price range.
Another notable feature of the designs is the inclusion of the courage port - sorry, the 3.5mm headphone jack - which sits at the top of the phone. Maybe the Plus will feature a flagship chipset to help distance it from the Snapdragon 710-powered Nokia 8.1 (well have to wait for benchmark results to find that out).