Nokia 1 Plus Android Go smartphone launched with 18:9 display, Android Pie

first_imgHMD Global launched the Nokia 1 Plus at MWC in Barcelona on Sunday. This is the company’s newest Android Go device and a bigger, updated version of last year’s Nokia 1. The Nokia 1 Plus touts a larger 18:9 display and a polycarbonate unibody textured design along with the latest Android Pie (Go edition). The Nokia 1 has been the best-selling Android Go smartphone last year, and the company will hope to maintain the pace with the Nokia 1 Plus this year.Nokia 1 Plus price and availabilityThe Nokia 1 Plus has a Global Average Price of USD 99 (approx Rs 7,000). This is for the base model that comes with 8GB of internal storage. The Nokia 1 Plus will be available in early March.Nokia 1 Plus specificationsThe design of the Nokia 1 Plus has been updated compared to the Nokia 1. It gets a taller display with an 18:9 aspect ratio compared to the pebble-shaped Nokia 1. The Nokia 1 Plus sports a 5.45-inch FWVGA+ IPS screen on the front, and a polycarbonate rear panel that offers a unique new 3D nano coated texture.As an Android Go device, the Nokia 1 Plus offers 1GB of RAM, but HMD is now offering two storage options – 8GB and 16GB. The Nokia 1 Plus ships with the latest Android Pie (Go edition) software, which offers faster load time and better optimisation. It comes pre-loaded with Google’s suite of Go apps designed for Android Go. This means Google Go, Gmail Go, YouTube Go, Maps Go and so come pre-installed and are optimised to take up little memory and storage.The Nokia 1 Plus is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core MT6739WW chipset, an 8MP rear camera with flash, 5MP front-facing camera and a 2,500mAh battery. The Android Go device will be offered in red, blue and black colours.advertisement<br />last_img read more

Salah and Van Dijk back in full Liverpool training after injury scares

first_imgMohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk are expected to be fit for Liverpool’s visit to Huddersfield Town on Saturday despite missing recent internationals through injury.The influential duo completed full training sessions at Melwood on Wednesday and, barring any late setbacks, will be included in Jürgen Klopp’s plans against David Wagner’s winless side. Share on Twitter Share via Email Liverpool Topics Read more news Mohamed Salah Salah missed Egypt’s fixture with Swaziland on Tuesday having been substituted with a muscle problem against the same opponents last Friday, and Van Dijk was rested from the Netherlands’ friendly draw with Belgium in midweek.Van Dijk played and scored for Ronald Koeman’s side in their Nations League win against Germany but was omitted against Belgium as a precaution against a continuing rib problem. Sadio Mané, who sustained a thumb injury with Senegal, and James Milner, who hurt a hamstring against Manchester City before the international break, are both doubtful for the trip to Huddersfield.Naby Keïta, who injured a thigh playing for Guinea, is still being assessed and could be out for a fortnight. Huddersfield Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook The 10 most improved players in the Premier League this season Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Reuse this contentlast_img read more