Nokia 6 first impressions: not a gamechanger, but a good start
There was plenty of hype surrounding the launch of the Nokia 6 – after all, it was the brand’s great comeback smartphone, and packed in Android to boot. The phone went on sale in China last month where it racked up over a million registrations for the first sale, and now HMD Global has announced an international variant of the Nokia 6 which will go on sale in several markets, including India.
The Nokia 6 is a mid-range smartphone, but interestingly, it’s currently the most premium device in Nokia’s Android lineup. That said, the finish is quite luxurious, constructed entirely out of aluminium. The phone also comes in a limited edition, glossy Arte Black finish, which reminds us a lot of the Jet Black iPhone 7. The phone sports a 5.5-inch full HD display with 2.5D contoured Gorilla Glass protection. In the front, you’ll find a physical home button which also integrates a fingerprint sensor, flanked by backlit Android navigation keys. It’s quite slim, measuring just 8mm around the waist. The port and button placement are standard, although the use of micro-USB instead of USB Type C might be disappointing to some. The Nokia 6 comes in both single and dual-SIM variants, with the latter featuring hybrid slots to allow storage expansion up to 128GB.
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