Flagship performance made accessible
The Nokia 5.1 Plus is one of the more affordable smartphones powered by the most advanced MediaTek chipset, the Helio P60. The engine has been designed to deliver precise power to handle gaming, video or multi-tasking applications. The advanced AI built into Nokia 5.1 Plus’s chipset enables deep-learning face recognition and real-time photo enhancement. Equipped with essential sensors, one can experience the latest games and apps at a high level.
The handset’s advanced imaging allows one to capture studio style shots with depth-sensing imaging and selectable ‘bokeh’ blur, as well as portrait lighting. The dual 13MP/5MP rear sensor with electronic video stabilisation helps keep film steady and videos sharper. Phase Detection Auto Focus helps keep photos clear and focused.
Pure, secure and up-to-date, reinforced with Android One commitment
The handset joins the Android One family of Nokia smartphones, offering an experience designed by Google that is smart, secure and smooth. It will stay up-to-date over time, with three years of monthly security patches and two years of guaranteed OS updates after launch. As with all Nokia smartphones in the Android One programme, it gets more battery and storage space out of the box, thanks to a carefully curated set of pre-loaded apps. It stays ahead of the game with the latest Google services like the Google Assistant and Google Photos with free unlimited high-quality photo storage.
The device is available on MTN Pre-Paid deals at selected retail stores, selling for an estimated R3,999.
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