HMD Global, which makes Nokia phones, may be working on a Nokia 5.1 Plus, an upgrade to the device that was announced in February during Mobile World Congress, according to leaked photos spotted by Tiger Mobiles. This new version seems to do away with the original Nokia 5.1’s bezels in favor of a notch.
The new Nokia 5.1 Plus pictured in leaked images sports a 5.7-inch display, and the Nokia logo has migrated from the top bezel to the chin. It keeps the volume controls, power button, and headphone jack of the original Nokia 5.1, but the images suggest the Nokia 5.1 Plus has swapped out the Micro USB port for a USB Type-C port.
On the rear, the camera and fingerprint sensor placement remain the same, but there are now dual cameras instead of a single 16-megapixel cam. It comes in at least two colors: dark silver and a reflective shade that looks to be either white or a light gray.
Internal specs, pricing, and a release date aren’t available yet. We’ve reached out to HMD Global for more information.