With its larger screen, faster processor and sharper dual-lens camera, the Nokia 6.1 Plus is a significant upgrade over its predecessor.
An upgraded take on the Nokia 6.1 which itself was a refresh of the original Nokia 6, the Nokia 6.1 Plus brings a slew of new features including a larger screen, a more versatile dual-lens camera and faster guts for a smoother user experience. Despite all these improvements, the Nokia 6.1 Plus remains a budget-friendly mid-range device, with a price tag of just $379.
- Larger screen and wider 19:9 aspect ratio lend themselves well to on-the-go entertainment
- Two years of regular updates will help the Nokia 6.1 Plus stay relevant into the future
- Dual-lens camera enables sharper photos and more complex depth-of-field effects
- AI-powered image enhancements simplify the photo-taking process
- A faster processor and more RAM makes for a capable mid-range handset
- Android One provides a clean and streamlined interface
- Up to 9 hours of video playback according to HMD Global, which should ensure easy all-day battery life
- Fast charging via USB-C ensures minimal downtime
Nokia 6.1 Plus
Bigger and beefier but still budget-friendly
The Nokia 6.1 Plus refines nearly all aspects of its predecessor while still retaining its affordable mid-range price tag.
- You can purchase the Nokia 6.1 Plus for $379 from online retailers like Amazon and Kogan.
Nokia 6.1 Plus specs
Power, storage and battery
|Display size||5.8 inches|
|Rear camera megapixels||16MP + 5MP|
|Rear camera aperture size||f/2.0 + f/2.4|
|Front camera megapixels||16MP|
|Front camera aperture size||f/2.0|
|Dimensions||147.2mm x 70.98mm x 8.59mm|
|Network category speed||Category 4|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 636|
|Operating system||Android 8|
|External storage support||Up to 400GB|
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