Nokia 6.2 (6 2019): 6.2-inch display with camera hole-punch, Snapdragon 632, 4/6GB RAM, 16MP Dual-rear Zeiss Camera, OZO Audio, First market China.
The renders show the Nokia 8.1 Plus will have a USB-C port on the bottom with a loudspeaker to keep it company, while the top side houses a 3.5mm headphone jack. Notch designs would cut out a big chunk of the display for camera placement, but most of those cutouts were bigger than they needed to be (probably because manufacturers wanted to copy the sensor-packed iPhone X design). As per the report, the phone could be called the Nokia 8.1 Plus, but nothing is certain at the moment. OnLeaks, together with 91Mobiles, leaked the handset by sharing renders and a 360-degree video.More news: Xiaomi releases the Redmi Note 7: a budget smartphone with few compromises
2019 is still in its early days, but even so, we're already expecting a lot of phones to ship this year with a hole-punch style notch. The Nokia 9 sounds like a higher-end design than the Nokia 8.1 Plus, with a higher model number, an in-screen fingerprint reader, and a insane five-camera setup on the back. You can bet mostly all Nokia phones this year to ship with Android Pie out-of-the-box and the Nokia 8.1 Plus will be no different.
Per the images, the Nokia 8.1 Plus will have a rear glass panel bearing the Nokia logo and the Android One branding.More news: Samsung confirms foldable phone release for the first half of 2019
An unannounced Nokia smartphone has leaked in a fresh video and renders, and it bears a close resemblance to the Nokia 8.1 released late past year.
Best Nokia phones - what are your options? We should know more by the end of January.More news: Everton among several clubs interested in signing Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi
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