On the front, the phone will come with a 16MP camera for clicking selfies. The inclusion of a better camera at both ends of the phone seemingly makes it an excellent choice to buy in the price range.
As for prices are concerned, the Nokia 6.1 Plus is expected to be around Rs 20,000. The Nokia 6.1 comes with upgraded features and fresh design when compared to its predecessor and is appealing to its audience in a right way. Now, it looks like Nokia has chose to move up the launch by a few days. Now, after the price cut of Rs 1,500, the device retails at Rs 15,499 for the 3GB variant and Rs 17,499 for the 4GB variant. However, this additional discount is only available when the payment is made through the PayTm Wallet and the Cashback credit after the purchase. Well, the comments are from the Nokia Mobile India Instagram account. This plan protects the Nokia 6.1 from theft, screen damage and liquid damage.
The dual-SIM Nokia 6.1 Plus features a 5.8-inch full-HD+ (1080x2280 pixels) display. Whereas, front-facing camera on this device could incorporate a 21MP sensor. The camera also allows high-quality 4K content shooting. The Nokia 6.1 Plus will be backed by 3,060mAh battery that supports QuickCharge 3.0.
Connectivity options on the Nokia 6.1 Plus will include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C port. But later it was confirmed that there are two smartphones that are scheduled to be launched.
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As much as we wish that "the most awaited phone" will be the Nokia 9, it probably won't be it because of two factors - it will be launched in India where flagship phones usually don't prosper and a lot of Indian customers have been asking for the Nokia X6 since its China's release. While HMD Global was initially expected to launch the Nokia 6.1 Plus only, the new teaser suggests the company might also announce the Nokia 5.1 Plus in India.
Ahead of the launch, HMD Global has reduced the price of the Nokia 6.1 in India.
Nokia 6.1 Plus has 64GB of internal storage and an expandable up to 400GB via micro SD card slot. The phone has a secondary 8MP selfie shooter.