Nokia used to be the undisputed king of the cellphone arena. But it lost its sheen to the smartphone’s particularly apple and android. Nokia tried to bounce back when microsoft bought it and started lumia, but it eventually didn’t got the crown , thanks to the app store. But with Finnish company HMD Global buying a part of Microsoft’s feature phone business and a licensing agreement that allows it to make smartphones under the Nokia brand. Nokia is back with Nokia 6 device.
Nokia 6 is a basically a mid range device, it has only been release in china right now and is priced at CNY 1699 or (Approx Rs 17,000). Even though its a mid range device, it packs a good amount of features in it. Here are some key features-
As the Nokia 6 is a mid-range affair, it’s not surprising to find a full HD display up there at the front of the handset. Shielded by Gorilla Glass 3, it’s a 5.5-inch panel that is acceptably sharp with a pixel density of 401ppi. It’s not up there with the leading devices in terms of screen sharpness, but we bet you wouldn’t be able to discern any individual pixels even if you squinted your eyes hard. The display itself is an IPS LCD one, though we suppose that HMD Global might want to experiment with AMOLED screens in the future.
a Snapdragon 430 can be found inside the Nokia 6, a mid-range, 64-bit octa-core affair, built on a 28nm manufacturing process. Some of the devices that are utilizing this chipset are the Lenovo K6, the Asus ZenFone 3 Laser, and the Xiaomi Redmi 3s, which can be viewed as direct competitors to the Nokia 6.
Nokia 6 comes with 4 gigs of RAM along with 64 GB storage. That’s twice the storage other phone makers has to offer in this price range with the RAM which is same as in GOOGLE PIXEL XL.
There’s a 3,000mAh battery in the phone’s trunk. That’s a relatively minuscule battery for a phone of that size which makes us think that the Nokia 6 might not be s stellar endurance marathoner. We’d love to be proven wrong, and we have high hopes that this juicer’s combination with the Snapdragon 430 might turn out better than expected.
A 16MP camera with phase-detection autofocus can be found at the rear of the Nokia 6. The camera has an f/2.0 aperture and the sensor’s pixels are 1.0um in size.
The front camera features 8MP shooter which also has an f/2.0 aperture, though the sensor’s pixels are a bit larger here, clocking in at 1.12um. This means that on theory, it should be even better in low-light scenarios. The selfie camera has an effective field of view of 84 degrees, which is pleasantly wide.