Nokia 5.1 Plus India price officially revealed

Nokia 5.1 Plus

The Nokia 5.1 Plus made its debut in India last month alongside the Nokia 6.1 Plus. However, HMD Global decided to keep the price of the former a secret for some reason, promising to reveal all in September.

Right on cue, HMD Global has announced that the Nokia 5.1 Plus will cost Rs 10999 in India. The phone is currently up for pre-orders via Flipkart and the brand’s site. It’ll go up for sale on October 1. Till then, buyers can take advantage of an Airtel prepaid recharge deal.

Nokia 5.1 Plus Launch Offers

Owners of the Nokia 5.1 Plus will get Rs 1800 as instant cashback and 240GB of free data if they recharge for Rs 199, Rs 249, or Rs 448. Flipkart’s also throwing in a 5% discount for HDFC Bank and RBL Bank credit card EMI transactions. Axis Bank Buzz credit card users get 5% off as well.

The Nokia device offers a compelling mix of specs for its cost. Close rivals like the Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro start at Rs 10999 as well and offer FHD+ screens, but they don’t belong to the Android One program like the Nokia 5.1 Plus does. Membership means that the phone will get guaranteed OS updates for at least 2 years and monthly security updates for 3 years.

Specifications of the Nokia 5.1 Plus:

– OS: Android 8.1 Oreo with Android One
– Display: 5.8-inch 19:9, 1520 x 720 pixels
– CPU: 1.8GHz octa-core MediaTek P60
– Camera: 13MP + 5MP rear, 8MP front
– Storage: 32GB, expandable up to 400GB
– RAM: 3GB
– Battery: 3060mAh
– Size: 149.51 x 71.98 x 8.096mm
– Connectivity: dual-SIM, USB Type-C, Wi-Fiac, 4G, Bluetooth 4.2, A-GPS, GLONASS

Also Read: HMD Global announces Oct 4 event, Nokia 7.1 Plus likely

The Nokia 5.1 Plus is going to be available in black, white, and blue color options. If you’re looking for something with higher-end specs, you might want to wait around for the Nokia 7.1 Plus which is rumored to be coming out on October 4.

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