HMD Global continues to upgrade Nokia smartphones, with Nokia 5.1 Plus being the next to receive the much-needed upgrade to Android 9.0 Pie, bringing the new features of Google’s operating system.

It would not be an exaggeration to say that HMD Global is upgrading one device after another to Android Pie, as Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer of the company, announced that it is starting to upgrade Nokia 5.1 Plus to Android 9.0 Pie bringing the new features of the latest version of Google’s operating system.

It should be noted that the Nokia 5.1 Plus has a 5.86 inch IPS LCD screen with a 1520×720 resolution and notch, a MediaTek Helio P60 processor, 3GB / 4GB RAM and a 3060mAh battery. On the glass, we come across the fingerprint scanner along with dual-tone LED flash and f / 2.0 13MP + 5MP f / 2.0 dual camera. The 8MP selfie camera comes with a 80 degree wide angle f / 2.2 lens with AI portrait and beauty mode support.

Upgrading to Android Pie brings the new gesture-based navigation system, Adaptive Battery that understands which apps the user uses most to save energy to channel it into the most commonly used applications. In addition, “Adaptive Brightness” is available which adjusts the brightness of the screen by how it is handled by the user and the settings he / she has set.