Unofficial Nokia 8.1 Plus leaked renders have appeared online, and they give us a look at what HMD Global's upcoming phone will look like. The successor to the Nokia 8.1 is pretty looking, albeit not unique in anyway.
The renders confirm that the Nokia 8.1 Plus will have an in-display camera, placed in the top left corner of the screen, thus avoiding a notch. Despite that, the phone has a slight chin and the company has managed to put its logo on it, and also one on the back panel. The screen picture in these renders is reportedly 6.2-inches in size, and the dimensions of the device are 156.9 x 76.2 x 7.9mm.
There is a USB Type-C port on the bottom of the device, but fear not, there is a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top of the frame.
The branding on the rear panel of the Nokia 8.1 Plus leaked renders, also confirms that the phone is an Android One device. There are rear cameras from ZEISS optics along with an LED flash, which are aligned vertically.
The phone is equipped with a fingerprint scanner on the back, and is placed just below the cameras. That's all we know about the device for now, we will keep you updated when we come across more leaks.