Nokia marks its presence in Android world with Nokia 6
Nokia 6 has been the much-anticipated Android phone in 2017. With this new smartphone, Nokia is marking its presence in the Android world – the same platform that was once the reason for its downfall. However, the latest smartphone is based on Android 7.0, and also the first Nokia Android phone from HMD Global, the company that bought the Nokia brand licensing rights in late 2016.
So, without much ado, we’ll tell you about what Nokia 6 is offering. It is quite a mid-rang smartphone with a 5.5-inch FHD display, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 16MP rear camera with phase detect autofocus, 8MP front camera, and 3,000 mAh battery. It also has Snapdragon 430 processor, Android Nougat, and Dolby Atmos integration along with dual amplifiers. These amplifiers are able to deliver a 6dB louder sound than a conventional amp, giving it a higher sound, deeper bass, and extreme clarity.
HMD is promoting Nokia’s first Android phone, saying it takes just 55 minutes to make a single Nokia 6 – as it’s made from solid block of 6000 series aluminum. Later, the phone has to undergo a couple of anodizing processes for hours before final touch.
Priced at $245, Nokia 6 was first showcased at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. But sadly, it’s only releasing in China for now. So, if you were longing for the Nokia’s Android phone, you won’t get a chance to purchase it until the company launches it globally.
However, if you live in China and also interested to buy the phone, check out the video below for detailed specs.