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The Nokia 6.1 Plus carries the title as Nokia’s first notched display smartphone and the company seems very proud of this fact. This title brings with it a lot of attention from consumers and from the look of things, the specifications do not disappoint.

Below is a list of specifications of the Nokia 6.1 Plus:

Nokia 6.1 Plus Specifications

PriceKes.31,900
Display
TypeIPS LCD
Size5.8" (19:9)
Resolution1080*2280
ProtectionGorilla Glass 3
Platform
Operating SystemAndroid 8.1 (planned upgrade to Android 9.0)
ChipsetSnapdragon 636
CPUOcta-core 1.8 GHz Kryo 260
GPUAdreno 509
Memory
RAM4GB
Internal64GB
ExternalmicroSD, up to 400GB
Network
Technology4G LTE (VoLTE)
SIMDual SIM (Hybrid slot)
Camera
MainDual 16MP + 5MP, depth sensor
Front16MP
Battery
Size3060mAh
TypeLi-Ion
ColorsBlack, Blue, White
FeaturesFingerprint (rear-mounted), Nokia OZO audio, USB-C, Fast charging

5 COMMENTS


  1. […] Before we dive deeper into this review, it should be noted that the 6.1 Plus is not a successor to a former Nokia device. The ordinary 6.1 exists to take over the services of Nokia 6, and the 6.1 builds on that trend with a larger, notched screen, with a glass backplate that feels premium – as well as dual cam sensors to ooze a modern smartphone aura. It also uses USB Type-C for charging, and data transfer functions. Unlike the similarly priced and immediate competitor from China, the Xiaomi Mi A2, the 6.1 Plus has a 3.5 mm headphone socket. More specification can be read here. […]


  2. […] Before we dive deeper into this review, it should be noted that the 6.1 Plus is not a successor to a former Nokia device. The ordinary 6.1 exists to take over the services of Nokia 6, and the 6.1 builds on that trend with a larger, notched screen, with a glass backplate that feels premium – as well as dual cam sensors to ooze a modern smartphone aura. It also uses USB Type-C for charging, and data transfer functions. Unlike the similarly priced and immediate competitor from China, the Xiaomi Mi A2, the 6.1 Plus has a 3.5 mm headphone socket. More specification can be read here. […]


  3. […] Before we dive deeper into this review, it should be noted that the 6.1 Plus is not a successor to a former Nokia device. The ordinary 6.1 exists to take over the services of Nokia 6, and the 6.1 builds on that trend with a larger, notched screen, with a glass backplate that feels premium – as well as dual cam sensors to ooze a modern smartphone aura. It also uses USB Type-C for charging, and data transfer functions. Unlike the similarly priced and immediate competitor from China, the Xiaomi Mi A2, the 6.1 Plus has a 3.5 mm headphone socket. More specification can be read here. […]

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