The Nokia 5.1 Plus, that suddenly appeared out of nowhere, is the second notch-ed phone from the HMD Global-backed OEM this year. It has just passed Bluetooth SIG certification meaning it is close for a global launch along with the Nokia X6. But the handset has also just passed TENAA meaning that Nokia is also gunning for a China launch of the handset.
This is an all-exposing list from TENAA and we now have full schematics of the phone aside from the already well-known physical aspect of it. Beginning from the inside out, the handset has a 2.0GHz processor but the actual identity of the chip is under wraps. It will likely get a 3GB, 4GB, and a 6GB variant with storage options being 32GB and 64GB. While the listing states three cameras on the device but the exact MP count is not known. At least one of them is a 13MP and an 8MP for the front sensor.
The battery is 3,000mAh in capacity, and runs Android 8.1 Oreo. Moving to the outside, it has a fingerprint reader and a microSD slot and the screen measures 5.86-inches with a 1520 x 720p resolution.
The handset recently appeared in a detailed HD CAD render and perhaps TENAA’s images are not needed, and they aren’t available anyways. The Nokia 5.1 Plus will be available in Blue, Black, and White shades. Launch date hasn’t been declared but standby as it should be close.