Nokia 5.1 Plus
Scherm5.86 inchCamera13 megapixel
With the Nokia 5.1 Plus puts the Finnish HMD Global is a new midranger down, which is a number of interesting features. So the 5.1 Plus under the Android One program, so you have a bare-bones version of Android and quick updates. In addition, Nokia’s own apps: you will get Android as Google intended.
The smartphone further distinguishes itself by the beautiful design, which is characterized by the rounded corners and glass back. Also, the Nokia 5.1 Plus a good camera with two lenses 13 and 5 megapixel. Read on this page, more about the bigger brother of the Nokia 5.1.
Pros Nokia 5.1 Plus
Cons Nokia 5.1 Plus
Android One as a basis
Like all other Nokia smartphones in recent times are released, as is the case with the 5.1 Plus especially to the software. By the Android One program, you’re assured of quick updates: for two years, new Android versions, and for three years monthly security updates. Many devices in this price range will be much less long supported. It is, however, a pity that it is still on the older Android Oreo running.
Also under the hood the Nokia 5.1 Plus fine come with me. The device is powered by a smooth Mediatek Helio P60 chip with a octacore processor, 3GB of ram and 32GB of storage. That last one is expandable with a micro-sd card, so you will always have enough space for your photos, apps, music, movies and series.
Beautiful design, and dual camera
Also with the design of the 5.1 Plus is a little wrong. The housing is made of glass and is embraced by a sturdy, plastic frame. The screen measures 5,86 inches and has a resolution of 1520 720 pixels. That, unfortunately is a bit on the low side. In addition, it sits at the top of a big notch for the front camera and speaker. Also at the bottom there is a thick edge of the screen.
Photos makes the phone with dual camera on the back, where there are also portrait photos can be made. The battery has a capacity of 3060 mAh, and that is enough to get through the day. Charging is via the usb-c port, but wireless charging is missing – in spite of the existing glass enclosure – unfortunately.
Nokia 5.1 Plus release and price
The Nokia 5.1 Plus has a suggested retail price of 269 euro and is thus a bit more expensive than the regular Nokia 5.1. Keep an eye on this page for all the news about the smartphone, and where and when you can buy in the Netherlands.
The Nokia 5.1, Plus you can buy if… you an affordable smartphone wants with a great design and stock Android.