Nokia 5.1 Plus TA-1120 Dual-SIM 32GB Smartphone (Unlocked, Black)

Nokia 5.1 Plus TA-1120 Dual-SIM 32GB Smartphone (Unlocked, Black)

Nokia 5.1 Plus TA-1120 Dual-SIM 32GB Smartphone (Unlocked, Black)

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Product Highlights

  • GSM / 4G LTE Compatible
  • Latin America Variant/US Compatible LTE
  • Rear 13MP Camera with 5MP Depth Sensor
  • Phase-Detection Autofocus (PDAF)
  • f/2.0 Aperture and 19:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Front 8MP Selfie Camera
  • Helio P60v Octa-Core CPU + 3GB of RAM
  • 5.8" HD Display with 2.5D Curved Glass
  • Expandable Storage via microSD
  • Android 8.0 Oreo
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This device is carrier-unlocked and should work fully with the carriers listed below with green bars. Yellow bars denote partial network coverage. A SIM card and service plan must be purchased separately. Network compatibility listed here is for reference only and does not guarantee phone compatibility.

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Nokia TA-1120 Overview

  • 1Description

Enjoy your favorite mobile entertainment in style with the Nokia 5.1 Plus TA-1120 Dual-SIM 32GB Smartphone. This smartphone sports a large 5.8" HD display with a cinematic 19:9 aspect ratio that is ideal for mobile gaming and streaming video. The addition of 2.5D curved glass gives the screen a layer of physical protection and a premium look with its smooth, curved edges.

For many of us, our smartphones perform double duty as handheld cameras, and the Nokia 5.1 Plus is engineered to deliver some stunning results. On the rear of the phone, a fast-focusing 13MP camera with PDAF is joined by a 5MP depth sensor, and the front features an 8MP camera for your selfie needs. The depth sensor is a key component to taking professional-looking portraits, highlighting the foreground subject by providing a smooth, bokeh blur to the background.

Running the Android 8.0 Oreo operating system, this phone is powered by a Helio P60v Octa-Core processor with 3GB of RAM. Your apps, portraits, and selfies can be stored on 32GB of built-in storage, which can be expanded via an (optional) microSD card up to 256GB in size.

This phone is unlocked, compatible with GSM/4G LTE networks, and supports both VoLTE and VoWiFi calling where available. Please confirm with your carrier that they support VoLTE and/or VoWiFi for this device. If you travel a lot or have a separate work number, you can take advantage of the Dual SIM slots to access both accounts. Please Note: You cannot utilize a second SIM card and a microSD card simultaneously as they both share the same slot.

Android 8.0 Oreo
The Android operating system integrates heavily with Google's services. Using the card-based Google Now, Android quickly surfaces information for you whenever you need it, powered by the same Knowledge Engine that runs Google's web search. It's a personalized and customizable OS, allowing you to add your favorite apps or widgets to your home screen. You can even download new themes using the Google Play Store, which offers access to millions of apps, games, books, music, movies, and more. Android 8.0 Oreo adds major productivity and security capabilities to the operating system. They've introduced Google Play Protect, which scans apps on your phone to detect harmful behavior. With the touch of the Home button, continue to work in apps while watching active videos in Picture-in-Picture mode. Other features include, faster boot speed, automatically turning on Wi-Fi when near saved networks, limiting background activity for little used apps, notification snoozing, smart text selection, and more.
GSM / 4G LTE Wireless Connectivity
This phone is designed to work on select GSM networks and is 4G LTE capable. LTE is an advanced cellular network data protocol capable of data speeds so fast that they compete with wired broadband Internet providers. With an LTE connection, this phone should have no problem streaming HD video, downloading apps, uploading photos, or anything else that requires a high-speed data connection. The phone is also backwards compatible with 3G and 2G data for instances when you can't get LTE. In addition to cellular wireless, this phone also features Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Note: Not compatible with all cellular networks. Please make sure your provider uses a frequency or band that this phone supports. You can check which bands this phone works with in the Specifications.
Latin America Variant / US Compatible LTE
The TA-1120 is a Latin America variant of the Nokia 5.1 Plus. The TA-1120's LTE radio is tuned to frequencies that are most often used in the United States and North America, as well as Europe and elsewhere. To ensure this phone will work with your carrier, please choose your country and carrier above. Because the TA-1120 is an Latin America variant the language of the box and the default language of the phone may not be in English. Also an Latin America AC to USB adapter may be included.
Dual SIM Dual Standby (DSDS)
Dual SIM Dual Standby (DSDS) allows you to lower your mobile costs when traveling while staying connected. Once your SIM cards are installed, you will be able to receive phone calls and text messages from either without needing to manually choose which one is active. When you want to make a call or send an SMS message, you can select the correct SIM card. When one SIM card is being used for a phone call, the other will not be active until you hang up. Operator charges may apply.
In the Box
Nokia 5.1 Plus TA-1120 Dual-SIM 32GB Smartphone (Unlocked, Black)
  • USB Type-C Cable
  • AC Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Nokia TA-1120 Specs

    Operating System Android 8.0 Oreo
    Memory 3 GB
    CPU MediaTek Helio P60v Octa-Core
    Storage 32 GB
    Size 5.8"
    Aspect Ratio 19:9
    Display Technology IPS-Type LCD
    Input/Output Connectors
    Ports 1 x USB - Type C (Input/Output)
    SIM Card Size Card 2: Nano (Shared with Memory Card Slot)
    GSM 2G GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz
    GSM 3G/3.5G UMTS, HSPA+: 850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100 MHz
    4G LTE LTE: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 28, 38, 40, 66 Bands
    GPS Yes
    Rear Camera System
    Rear Camera Standard: 13 MP Sensor with f/2.0 Lens
    Depth Sensing: 5 MP Sensor
    Focus Type Standard: Phase-Detect Autofocus
    Front Camera System
    Front Camera Standard: 8 MP
    Keyboard Virtual
    Battery Internal Lithium-Ion (3060.0 mAh)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.695 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.5 x 5.5 x 1.4"

    Nokia TA-1120 Reviews

    5.1 Plus TA-1120 Dual-SIM 32GB Smartphone (Unlocked, Black) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Warranty issues I liked the phone a lot - its decent device with frequent software updates, but it died one morning, 7 months after purchase date. Im Canadian customer and I can write pages about my experience with support, but basically good luck trying to service it anywhere, but US (no idea if that is possible too).  Its probably my first and last Nokia device, since they clearly dont like to honor online purchases from another country (or care about customers in general  - copy \ paste messages from FAQ, sending me to Mexico, not reading my questions etc.) - this is it for me.
    Date published: 2019-04-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best dual sim mid range out there. GREAT Dual sim phone. Setup instructions non existent,  put sim 1 here, sim 2 or sd card here.  Thats it...  Once setup, this phone is great!   My 2 cents on setup: So, when you first get it, dont install your sim.  Update EVERYTHING first. Were talking Play store and Android update. After your final restart, shut it down, install your first sim ONLY, turn it on. Let it set up, about five minutes max.  Restart her, make sure your sim works, then shut down, install your second sim.  Start her up.  Give it about five more minutes and your set!
    Date published: 2019-04-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this phone I purchased this phone as a backup since I broke my Moto z3 play. You get what you pay for so dont expect the latest and greatest, but as a daily driver it does a great job. I feel like its snappier and faster than the Moto z3 I had.
    Date published: 2019-03-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I Like it a lot... a few quirks, but really nice. The first thing we should address about this phone is, yes, its technically 720p, if you have some fear about that versus a 1080p screen put them aside. Theres nothing youre missing in the lower resolution. Games still look nice, videos play crystal clear, Youre only going to have a problem with the screen if you try to analyze every single pixel. If my photo is visible in the review youll see its not as bright as my old phone (both were set to 50% brightness in the photo, and both have screen protectors by the same company,) but the old phone had a custom firmware which I think increased the screen brightness in general. Either way, both phones are difficult to see in direct sunlight without jacking up the brightness setting. The next thing to address is the silly notch. Love it or hate it its size doesnt make sense as theres no Notification LED just the camera, proximity sensor and speaker. There should at LEAST be an LED but for some reason theres a trend toward making every device just a tiny bit inconvenient lately. Once the phone is finished updating to Android 9 (as of this review) you CAN hide the notch. Time and some of the icons for things like GPS Wifi and battery will still show in the corners even with it hidden so at least its using the screen efficiently, but it still just comes off as the notch taking up space that should be screen real estate. Pulling down the corner will bring out the notification cards and expand the bar for extra info but its just an extra step I didnt have to do before. The Android One program gives you a super clean version of Android. So far its been updated to 9.0, though I get the feeling there arent many more updates on the horizon at this point, Ill be shocked if this gets 10 but Im not a stickler for having the most recent version as long as my apps still work and the phone functions. Somewhat disconcerting: about a week into owning the phone I got a push notification asking me to fill out a satisfaction survey on the phone, not sure if thats a Nokia thing or a Google thing with Android One, but I hope not to see another anytime soon after filling it out (if I do it will drop a star or two). Another issue Ive discovered, and this appears to be by Google design, if you have headphones plugged in or a bluetooth speaker paired you cant hear notification alerts form the phone speaker. Timer alarms and ring tones? Sure. Get a text? Nothing. If you wear an android watch and/or sense the vibration you might be okay, but I fear missing important texts just because I took my headphones off and set the phone aside without taking an extra step to unplug them because I dont always wear my watch. Presumably its to avoid getting dozens of interrupting notification sounds for a multitude of messaging apps, but it would be nice to be able to opt out if you dont mind or have many alerts. Mechanically there are a lot of good things here. Yes, it has a headphone jack, honestly Ive abandoned the idea of buying any phone that doesnt. Regardless of your opinion of bluetooth earphones its nice to be given the option if you want them or not. Sound wise the phones single firing speaker is adequate as long as you avoid covering it, and in some cases might be a bit too loud, but if you consume media with your headphones on its not a big deal. Via headphones, the default sound is fine, it could maybe do with a pinch more bass, but that could just be me. Dual sim is there if you need it, personally I needed the SD card slot more. Because its an Android One phone theres plenty of space for apps. Im coming from a device that only held 16gb, which was eaten up mostly by unnecessary apps even in a custom firmware, so 32 gb with only the bare minimum apps gives me a lot more room. In an interesting twist, Android apparently no longer asks if you want to count the SD as internal storage, and will now ask if you want to move things to the SD card only when internal space is maxed out. This seems far more intuitive by making the SD card an extra drive as you would look at it on a PC, rather than confusing things by calling the internal memory an SD card even when it isnt, or compromising app functions if you have to remove the SD card because its counted as internal memory. Any T-Mobile users know how much of a pain it can be to find an unlocked phone that works on their LTE network. Sure, plenty of phones will pick up GSM networks, but if you want reliable 4G coverage on T-Mobile you want those last few high freq. bands. This phone gets 4/6 of them where many others only hit 3 or less. getting a phone that does all 6 will probably put you in the 400 dollar range or higher which leaves the realm of Budget smartphone. The Fingerprint scanner is pretty quick, though hitting it on the first try takes some work. No serious complaints here. Im sure there are other features it provides like swiping on the scanner, but I havent needed or tried them. Camera works fine, but Ive yet to put things like Bokeh and stabilization to the test. Ultimately though, you will always need a steady hand when taking regular pics or video with a cellphone assuming you have your subject in focus and plenty of light your picture will look fine, I would assume night photos to look a little grainy, but maybe using HDR mode might help? Your mileage may vary. USB c is there for the people who freak out about that. (in all the devices Ive had, computers, game systems, ect, this is the first USB c Ive ever had, so I dont get the people ranting about the devices that still have micro USB like they should have instantly vanished.) It doesnt have a fast charger in the box, but  compared to my old phone that took 5 or 6 hours to fully charge this gets a lot back in a couple of hours, and it has impressive battery efficiency for something that has a 3000 mAh battery. With Wifi, GPS and Bluetooth activated my old phone with a 2910 mAh battery, would pass out in under a day or at the very least require charging it nightly which, lead to the battery swelling up and splitting the the shell. Ive had the same things on with THIS phone including the need to wake the display to constantly check for messages (because theres no LED) and it still manages to last more than a day. Im tempted not to actually try games that take a while to play. Which brings me to app performance. Id usually be against playing games on your phone for long if you want the battery to last, but it feels like the processor in this was designed to be really efficient and it stays cool with the few graphically intense apps Ive tried, ones that had my old phone steaming in minutes. Perhaps the lower resolution helps, but no one has proved to me that it effects much in phones. Likewise its unclear if 3 gb of ram really effects the speed of apps much compared to the 1 gb of my old phone. Regardless, phone games seem to work fine, you can decide for yourself you want to drain your battery to play them. You can multitask with the split screen function. I never had more than 5 or 6 apps open and if I see something running I wont need in the next few minutes I shut it down I see them. But if you type a youtube comment and want to spell check in chrome you can do it without losing your comment. Its a pretty phone just out of the box but to protect that beauty youll want stop touching it because its a finger print magnet so you need to slap a case and a screen protector on it fast, but if you dont it seems to resist scratches and breaks for a while at least. In summary this phone feels like a good deal. time will tell if it stays one. Alcatel showed me with the Idol 3 that a great phone when you purchase it, can turn into a nightmare a year later if they decide to hit you with malware apps in an update, which makes the Android One option even sweeter to me.
    Date published: 2019-04-07
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    Does it have a fingerprint sensor?

    Does it have a fingerprint sensor?
    Asked by: WALTER
    Yes, this phone does have a fingerprint sensor, on the back, below the camera.
    Answered by: Stephen
    Date published: 2019-03-17

    How does the warranty work in the US?

    How does the warranty work in the US?
    Asked by: Andy
    This would have a manufacturers warranty, so you would need to reach out to them directly if you have a warranty claim, so they can best assist you.
    Answered by: Moe
    Date published: 2019-02-26

    Does this phone use Android One operating system?

    Does this phone use Android One operating system?
    Asked by: Dmytro
    This is not an ANDROID ONE phone.
    Answered by: Mark
    Date published: 2019-04-16

    Will this work on AT&T? I'd like to go ahead and ...

    Will this work on AT&T? I'd like to go ahead and pay for it but not sure what the LTE bands are.
    Asked by: Chad
    Yes, It supports all AT&T LTE bands 2,4,5,12,17 except for 30. You can check it in the specs. It also, supports T-Mobile band 66.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2019-02-24
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