HMD Global launched the Nokia 6.1 Plus$15,999 in July, and made it Accessible in India in August.Nokia 6.1 Plus Hide Notch Option Returns With Android 9 Pie Update: Here's How to Enable it
It came with the screen top notch, however there was an option to hide it from your Settings. Users, who were not big fans of this screen notch screen, had the choice to complete the gap with a black strip which supplied the illusion of a no notch screen for users. However, that choice was removed with the August security limitation, and consumers were perplexed. Now, the company has brought back the option with the most recent Android 9.0 Pie update, and here is how you can empower it.
Nokia 6.1 Plus users started getting the Android 9.0 Pie stable upgrade just a couple of days ago. This upgrade introduced several new OS features like Adaptive Battery, Google Lens integration, and much more, but in addition, it introduced the’conceal elite’ option. However, this alternative is exclusively accessible Developer Options only. To be able to hide the top notch, Nokia 6.1 Plus consumers might need to empower Developer Options by going to Settings > Around Phone > Scroll down to System segment to search for build number. Determined by the build number seven days will empower Developer Options. Now, you can go to Developer Option from the System Settings Menu, and you will find that the’Full Bezel’ option here. MySmartPrice was the very first one to spot the return of the feature.

Saying users complaints of the lost conceal elite option, HMD International had previously responded that,”Unfortunately we had to remove the notch hide option according to Google requirement.” That comment was subsequently pulled out of the forums, however it did make matters clear it was Google that decided not to give users the choice to change from’default style’, which had been the notch manner, into the’complete bezel’ mode. To recall, Nokia 6.1 Plus is a part of their Android One programme, so Google has a tight grip on the device’s software enhancements.

In any situation, Android 9.0 Pie includes native notch service, and as anticipated the choice to hide it’s been retained with the software update. The Nokia 6.1 Plus cost in India was set at Rs. 15,999, and it is available in Gloss Black, Gloss White, and Gloss Midnight Blue colours via Flipkart along with the Nokia online Shop.