A month ago, a strange information had circumnavigated the world: Nokia would have prepared a smartphone called the Nokia 6.1 Plus . The source of this information is none other than Google. The Mountain View company having communicated the list of its ARCore compatible terminals (Nokia augmented reality engine), very quickly all the media began to relay this information, transforming it even into hypothesis.
This hypothesis was that the Nokia 6.1 Plus would be the middle ground between the Nokia 6.1 and the Nokia 7 Plus . Following this assumption product development manager Juho Sarvikas published on his Twitter feed that it was neither more nor less than an error on the part of Google. With this announcement the head of development denied the existence of this smartphone. Following this denial all media began to relay the info. Especially that the denial seemed more to hide the fact that it was a revelation and not a shell.
A few days later, HMD Global officialized the release of the Nokia 6.1 Plus whose secret identity is none other than the Nokia X6 . This release confirmed the rumor that was launched a few days ago by Google, more HMD Global announced that the Nokia 6.1 Plus was not a new model but the international version of a product that was primarily intended for the Chinese market. Following its officialization Nokia 6.1 will gradually arrive on all markets, it will be deployed first on the Chinese market or it will be sold at a price of around 250 Euros, which seems to be a price most suitable.
The Nokia 6.1 Plus is identical to that of the Nokia X6, as it features a 5.8-inch full-screen pan-swivel screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, a dual 16 5 megapixel photo sensor, a webcam of 16 megapixels, a 3060 mAh battery with Quick Charge, a fingerprint reader, a glass and metal frame and complete connectivity. The Nokia 6.1 Plus will only be available in one version, 4 64GB , while it is also available with 3GB or 6GB of RAM in China .