Nokia 5.1 Plus listed on TENAA

Renders of the Nokia 5.1 Plus. (Source: Tigermobiles)
Renders of the Nokia 5.1 Plus. (Source: Tigermobiles)
HMD's upcoming device, the Nokia 5.1 Plus, has stopped by at TENAA with a 5.86-inch HD+ display, a notch, dual rear cameras, and what looks an awful lot like a Helio P22.

We got word of the upcoming Nokia 5.1 Plus for the first time a few weeks ago. It would seem that we’re not so far away from a launch anymore, as the device has been spotted on Chinese certification website TENAA.

Going by the TENAA listing, the Redmi 5.1 Plus will sport a 5.86-inch HD+ display. That resolution leaves us rather confused, as the base Nokia 5.1 went with a FHD one. There’s a chance this TENAA listing isn’t accurate. This display is, of course, notched.

The Nokia 5.1 Plus is listed with a chipset clocked at 2.0 GHz. Running a scan through our database reveals that none of the regular Snapdragon SoCs that one would expect to find on a device like this—SD630, SD450, etc—are a match. On the flip side, the Helio P22 is clocked at 2.0 GHz. It also doesn’t support resolutions above HD+, so that could be the reason for the HD+ resolution listed here. There's also the chance that it's the Helio P18.

The listing shows the device with a 3000 mAh battery—about par, really. There are a number of memory configurations listed, from 3 GB of RAM to 6 GB of RAM, and up to 64 GB of storage. The device will feature dual rear cameras, and will run on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.


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Ricci Rox, 2018-06-22 (Update: 2018-06-22)
Ricci Rox
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