Nokia may have yet another mid-range device on the way if a Google ARCore device list is to be believed. 

HMD Global CPO Juho Sarvikas has recently confirmed which current Nokia devices support Google ARCore, but a quick check of Google's official list shows a new device, the Nokia 6.1 Plus. Nokia has already launched the 6 (also known as the 6.1) this year, as well as the Nokia 5.1. Renders of a Nokia 5.1 Plus have recently appeared online, and the company also has a Nokia 7 Plus available to buy.

It's therefore not necessarily a surprise to see the Nokia 6.1 Plus name, but the phone hasn't been confirmed by the company, so this may be an accidental leak on Google's part. However because it's a new device, it means there isn't any information for it, however the obvious assumption would suggest it will come with a larger 18:9 display compared to the Nokia 6. 

If the renders of the 5.1 Plus are to be believed, then we can also assume the Nokia 6.1 Plus will have a notch and a dual camera, which will hopefully improve upon the performance of the Nokia 6. 

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