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Rumor: Nokia 6.2 with a punch-hole display & Snapdragon 632 coming soon

10 January 2019, 11:46 | Casey Mitchell

Nokia 8.1 Is Coming To Malaysia This Month for RM 1699

Nokia 8.1 Plus with hole-in-display design and dual-camera setup leaks

The first thing we noticed about these renders is that Nokia is following in the vein of other recent devices and using a pinhole for the forward-facing camera to allow for a almost bezel-less display on its next smartphone. Considering the dual-camera design and lack of an in-display fingerprint sensor, the Nokia 8.1 Plus won't be competing heads-up with major flagship devices like the iPhone XS, but it will provide great value still. Unlike Nokia's most recent devices which adopted the notch, though, this particular model will feature a display hole in the top-left corner. Below the screen, there's a small amount of bezel with the Nokia logo.

Other new features of Android 9 Pie which will benefit Nokia 8 Sirocco users include App Actions and Digital Wellbeing, brand-new features exclusive to Android One devices and Google Pixel phones.

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The renders also show us it will have a 3.5mm headphone port, a USB Type-C connector and will be part of the Android One program as well.

An unannounced Nokia smartphone has leaked in a fresh video and renders, and it bears a close resemblance to the Nokia 8.1 released late a year ago.

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Be sure to check out the 360-degree video below and let us know down in the comments on what you think about the latest leak. The Nokia 9 PureView is rumoured to come with a more traditional 18:9 display and will highlight a penta-camera system on the back. We will likely see this trend continue for another year or two, but most companies will be moving onto a different method of reducing the forehead bezel of smartphones.

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