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NOKIA 5.1 Plus Reviews


Since HMD Global took over Nokia in 2016, we have been seeing a push from Nokia to enter the Asian market with a variety of midrange telephones. Nokia 5.1 Plus (which is otherwise called Nokia X5) is such a mid-run gadget, that entered the nearby market a considerable amount back and we at long last got our hands on it. In the wake of playing with it for about a month, this is our interpretation of the gadget:

Presently, Nokia was endeavoring to tick the privilege boxes with this gadget – moderate execution stuffed in a simple plan with a reasonable sticker price. The structure of the gadget has hitting similitudes with Nokia 6.1. This overall edged telephone has dark on both front and back (making it a unique mark magnet). I adored the sparkle clean however, doesn’t give you a chance to feel as though you are utilizing a mid-go gadget. The unique mark scanner of the gadget delicately rests directly underneath the back cameras adjusted to the middle. The depression where the finger goes isn’t actually discernible,so you may finish up smirching the camera at first. The speaker flame broils are on the base and completed a conventional activity when we played YouTube recordings.

The telephone houses a 5.86 inch HD+ show with a 19:9 angle proportion which is somewhat of a let-down. You would expect a midrange in 2019 to have a FHD show in any event. Be that as it may, the hues and immersion were punchy and striking. Amid sunlight, the screen was obvious in spite of the fact that I would anticipate that the splendor should go somewhat higher. The indent on the telephone houses the front camera, speaker and the vicinity sensors. The planners of the telephone would not like to make it totally bezel-less

NOKIA 5.1 Plus Specifications in Bangladesh

The telephone packs a double half and half SIM opening and a USB C charging. As the gadget accompanies the prior age of USB-C subsequently no quick charging. Our test unit took over two hours to go from completely depleted to 96%.

Display: 5.86 inches, IPS LCD, 287 ppi  

OS:  Android 8.1 (Android One)

CPU:  Mediatek MT6771 Helio P60

GPU: Mali-G72 Mp3


ROM: 32 GB

Camera: Rear- 13 MP+5 MP,, f/2.0 aperture, Front- 8 MP, f/2.2, 26mm

Battery: 3060 mAh

Price: Tk. 21,990/-

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