Nokia 8.1 Plus renders reveal another phone with a hole-punch notch

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If you want a high-end Nokia phone, it seems like you would want the front of the Nokia 8.1 Plus combined with the back from the Nokia 9. Since the phone largely looks like the Nokia 8.1, the report claims that the leaked device is the upcoming Nokia 8.1 Plus. Earlier today renders of the Nokia 8.1 Plus surfaced online, and now, tipster going by name- Nokia_Leaks suggests the Nokia 6.2 will also have a hole punch camera. In the same mix is Nokia 6.1 Plus, which is a lone ranger owing that the 6.1 is already in local store shelves.

If 2018 was the "Year of the Notch" for Android phone design, 2019 is shaping up to be the year of the hole-punch camera. Effectively, the development should get rid of screen cutouts for a more immersive display experience.

All eyes and ears may be on the ever elusive Nokia 9 and its penta-lens camera but it isn't the only controversial one HMD Global may have in store.

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"Furthermore, the device to sport a 6.22" Full-HD+ display. On the camera front, there appears to be a dual camera module at its rear with Zeiss optics accompanied by dual LED flash. Moreover, the device is also resistant to dust and water via IP67 technology. As part of the four-day-long sale, buyers can avail discounts on Nokia branded smartphones.

Best Nokia phones - what are your options? The Nokia 6.2 or Nokia 6 (2019) will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC, which is completely alright since its predecessor arrived with Snapdragon 630 chipset on board.

As noted, Nokia_Leaks revealed this news about Nokia 6.2 on Twitter. HMD is most likely focusing on releasing the much-rumoured Nokia 9 PureView first as the phone has been in the pipeline for many months now. The pictures also show that the 3.5mm headphone jack has been retained, and all the physical buttons are on the left-hand side of the phone.

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