Following the years-long strenuous efforts of Nokia, the company has brought its first in-house smartphone, Nokia 6, to China. Though the firm has had its smartphones that ran on Windows OS… this time, the new entrant houses Google's Android underneath.
The company's re-entry into the mobile industry is definitely a much-awaited one as the brand has kept a high profile by its feature phones and lumia-windows smartphones, of course, these are now unseen in the markets.
Features Of Nokia 6
5.5-inch full HD display
2.5D Curved Edges
1920 x 1080 resolution
Android 7.0 Nougat
Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor
4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage
16 MP rear camera and 8 MP front camera
3,000 mAh battery
The mobile which has got an aesthetic aluminium body not only offers an impressive look but also feels like weightless. Also, its Dolby Atmos technology with dual amplifiers ensures to emanate noise-free powerful audio with crystal clear clarity. Its 2.5D Curved display wrapped with Gorilla Glass is laminated with polariser layers to make readability comfortable under sunlight.
On whole, the handset has really got a good list of features, except its processor, Snapdragon 430, which is a bit lower one in the line-up.
On the other side, as Nokia 6 is a mid-range phone, with a price tag of 1699 Yuan (Rs 16,700 approximately), it has many rivals in the market- like Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime, Lenovo Z2 Plus, Moto G4 Plus, etc, to compete with. Though all the features of Nokia's new entrant may give stiff competition to the rivals and satisfy the users, its processor may not stand up and deliver a bit downgraded performance as most of the contenders have much better ones like Snapdragon 625, Snapdragon 820, etc.
But don't draw yourself to a conclusion just by scrolling through the specifications... it's the real performance that should be taken into consideration.
Availability: Nokia 6 will be available only in China in early 2017. Also, there is no official news about the global availability of the mobile. So, let's wait for its visit to India.
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