Gadgetren – In 2018, HMD Global officially launched Nokia 5.1 Plus in Indonesia. Thanks to the entry into the Android One program, this smartphone has several advantages from Google.
Google itself promises that the Nokia 5.1 Plus will get a leading operating system update for two years since it was launched in the world. In addition, the monthly security system will be regularly updated for three years.
When it was first launched in the world, the Nokia 5.1 Plus still uses the Android 8.1 Oreo operating system. But when it is sold in Indonesia, users immediately get an update to the Android 9 Pie operating system when the smartphone is turned on for the first time.
In accordance with Google's promise in the Android One program, HMD Global finally announced that Nokia 5.1 Plus has received an update to the Android 10 operating system with a variety of the latest features such as:
- Smart Reply: This feature is able to respond to messages received intelligently. Not only with words, but suggestions for actions that users can choose.
- Family Link: This feature, which is part of the Digital Wellbeing settings, can help parents manage the use of Nokia 5.1 Plus for the whole family.
- Gesture Navigation: This feature facilitates faster and more intuitive navigation controls with gestures from the user's finger.
- Focus mode: This feature is able to block annoying applications when users need to concentrate on important things (although it is still in Beta, but can already be tried on Nokia 5.1 Plus).
- Privacy Controls: The presence of this feature allows users of Nokia 5.1 Plus to be more in control of personal data in one place and location sharing settings on the application used, only when used, or not at all.
HMD Global hopes that this latest feature can further assist daily activities of Nokia 5.1 Plus users. Meanwhile, HMD Global still adopts the pure interface of Android 10 due to minimal bloatware and ease of access.
Nokia 5.1 Plus itself has a MediaTek Helio P60 Octa-Core chipset that is accompanied by 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. If the internal capacity is felt less relieved, it can add microSD up to 400 GB.
The 3.060mAh battery embedded in the smartphone is claimed by HMD Global to last for 18 hours for the phone, 15 hours for playing music, 11 hours for playing videos, or 20.5 days in standby conditions.
If the initial price reached Rp 2,599,000, now the Nokia 5.1 Plus has been sold in Indonesia with a price of only Rp 1,599,000.