Nokia 3 vs Nokia 5 vs Nokia 6: what’s different
The iconic brand which gave many of us our first mobile phones is officially back. Yep, we’re referring to Nokia of course. Not with a Windows or a Lumia phone, but with a trio of Android powered smartphones dubbed the Nokia 3, the Nokia 5 and the Nokia 6. The brand, which is now making a comeback under HMD Global’s umbrella, will undoubtedly be eyeing the throne for the best smartphone manufacturer in business again, but before we start wondering whether or not it has a shot, let’s take a look at what Nokia has to offer with its new Android-powered smartphones.
Design and Display
For decades, Nokia has been known to offer phones with great build quality that can withstand the test of time and the trio of smartphones launched at MWC are no different. Talking about the Nokia 6 first, the smartphone features an all-metallic build crafted from precision-milled aluminium. Paired with its rounded corners and sharp edges, the Nokia 6 is an absolute stunner and gives a great in-hand feel owing to its polished metal finish. The Nokia 5 has been constructed in a similar fashion to the Nokia 6 and uses precision-milled aluminium in its construction as well. However, unlike the Nokia 6, the Nokia 5 comes as a minimal package with its seamless metallic body which is void of antenna bands at the back. Finally, the Nokia 3 is the most basic smartphone of the trio and features a polycarbonate build with an aluminium frame. All the three smartphones feature fingerprint sensors as well.
The Nokia 6 ships with a 5.5-inch full HD display which features wide viewing angles. The Nokia 5 trims the display a bit and comes sporting a 5.2-inch HD display. The Nokia 3 has the smallest footprint in terms of display and features a 5-inch HD screen. All three smartphones come equipped with Corning Gorilla Glass for protection against scratches and drops to some extent.
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