Smartphones with punch-hole cameras on the front is slowly picking up to be a trend in 2019. Thanks to Samsung and Huawei, many companies are now looking to incorporating similar design as it eliminates the need for a notch. New to join the list is HMD Global’s Nokia brand. While it is not yet certain what this model will be called, it’s likely to be named the Nokia 8.1 Plus and it has surfaced online for the first time.
The Nokia 8.1 Plus will have ultra-slim bezels with a cut-out for the selfie camera on the top-left corner. However, the chin is a little thicker with Nokia branding at the bottom. It sports a 6.22-inches Full HD+ display. On the top, there is a 3.5mm headphone jack, while the volume rocker and power buttons are present on the left. At the bottom, you find the USB Type-C port sandwiched between the bottom-firing speakers.
Moving to the back, it packs a glass back, Nokia and Android One logo. It has a fingerprint sensor present on the rear along with dual rear cameras with Zeiss lenses and dual LED flash. It measures 156.9 x 76.2 x 7.9mm in size. With recent flagships moving towards triple-rear cameras, and in-display fingerprint sensors, it’s unlikely that the Nokia 8.1 Plus will be a flagship. These are the only details we have at this moment, so, stay tuned.