Nokia 5.1 Plus the big bet on mid-range equipment

The Nokia 5.1 Plus is already available in several Latin American countries, at a price of 250 dollars

HDM Global, the Finnish company with the use of the Nokia brand in mobile devices, officially launched the Nokia 5.1 Plus. The first thing that is noticed is a back in glass with plastic edges, with a high-gloss finish and a rear camera that protrudes from the rest of the body.

On the front the device has a notch to take advantage of the screen. In addition, it has a USB-C port, with input for headphones and case in various colors, such as copper, blue and black.

The smartphone works with Android One. The bet of Google and the manufacturers is to implement a system without unnecessary additions and to allow a better fluidity in the updates.

As far as internal performance is concerned, it must be remembered that the equipment costs 250 dollars, so it fits the average range of smartphones. It is not a high-end terminal, but it does have decent features for a rhythm of work not exaggerated.

As for the camera, it is a rear dual that works amazingly during the day, although it has nighttime limitations. This last one is the biggest weakness of the device although it is not a negligible camera and it can bring good photos by increasing the clarity.

Finally, the Nokia 5.1 is a good bet for the average user who does not want to invest in outstanding hardware they may not need. It has everything necessary to run some games and take good pictures.


Source: FayerWayer

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