However, judging by the recently launched Nokia 7.1, we can expect the same "Pure Display" technology and Zeiss camera setup. The lenses with the dual setup in Nokia 5.1 Plus are horizontally present in the middle.
Nokia 5.1 Plus features a 5.86-inch HD+ IPS LCD, 19:9 display with 1,520 x 720 resolution.
Since the Nokia 7.1 Plus is the successor to the Nokia 7.1, it will carry more updates than just a bigger screen.
The icing on the cake is with the fact that the Nokia 7.1 operates on stock Android and will feature a 3.5mm audio jack. As it is a feature device, it does not sport a selfie camera.
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In terms of performance, the Nokia 7.1 will be slightly weaker than the Pixel 3 as it will rely on a midrange chipset but one that is not noticeable under normal usage circumstances. The Nokia 3.1 Plus comes with a metallic and there is a matte finish at the back. Being an Android One device, the Nokia 3.1 Plus users can enjoy guaranteed OS updates for two years as well as monthly security updates for three years.
All of this is powered by a generous, 3,500 mAH battery that should let you get more than a day of heavy use.
As for the Nokia 5.1 Plus, it features a MediaTek Helio P60 SoC, paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory for the version sold in India. They have a circular-shaped borderless fingerprint sensor under it.
In our initial testing, we found out the camera gives decent performance in broad daylight, though it takes some noticeable time in the post-processing, especially, when you apply bokeh effect.
On the brighter side, the phone comes with dual rear cameras of 13MP+5MP, with the secondary sensor capturing depth information. Its classy design and the clean software experience make it a good choice. Its battery capacity is 3060mAh and there is support for Quick Charge 3.0.