Without a major event, HMD Global has released Nokia 5.1 Plus for the Indonesian market. This mid-tier class smartphone did appear not so long after the massive launch event for Nokia 6.1 Plus in September. This is also the consideration of HMD Global not to hold a large-scale event when releasing Nokia 5.1 Plus.
“Because we already had a big enough event at the launch of Nokia 6.1 Plus. And because both of them are the same family, so we feel unnecessary,” said APAC HMD Global Head of Communications, Nicholas Lim in Jakarta, Tuesday (1/22/2019 ), as quoted from detikinet page.
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Lim also added that his side would like a different approach when releasing Nokia 5.1 Plus in Indonesia, namely with smaller scale events such as media workshops that will bring closer interaction between guests and their feedback when using Nokia 5.1 Plus directly.
“So it’s really a direct event, you can give feedback, or ask directly. So this is a different approach than just launching and showing off the smartphone,” Lim added.
Meanwhile, Senior Product Manager of Global HMD, Juha Werkkala revealed that this smartphone has advantages in the field of design and performance, especially for users who like gaming.
According to him, Nokia 5.1 Plus which targets millennials who like to search for smartphones with high specs and affordable prices is also suitable for all groups.
Nokia 5.1 Plus comes with an unibody design that combines glass and aluminum which shows the aesthetic side of the latest HMD Global device. Not to mention the 2.5D design with curves on all sides making Nokia 5.1 Plus look more charming and stylish.
In addition, Nokia 5.1 Plus is also said to be comfortable when held so it does not matter if used for hours to play games. In addition, this smartphone is also equipped with technology developed by Nokia which is increasingly used, the battery of this Nokia smartphone is getting better.
Nokia 5.1 Plus comes with a 5.8-inch screen with Mediatek Helio P60 processor combined with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory. For business cameras, this smartphone is equipped with a dual main camera resolution of 13MP + 5MP, and for the front camera pinned 8MP resolution camera.
Smartphones that are already running the Android 9.0 Pie operating system are powered by 3,060 mAh batteries and sell for Rp2,599,000 in Indonesia.