Nokia re-enters the Smartphone Arena with its 1st Android Handset

Finally, Nokia is fulfilling its longtime fans’ requests with the launch of its first Android smartphone.

The legendary brand’s new Finnish owner HMD Global has published the Android 7.0 Nougat-based Nokia 6, which highlights a 5.5-inch aluminum unibody with a ‘2.5D’ contoured glass front.

Under the hood, it’s carrying a 1080p display, a mid-tier Snapdragon 430 processor with 4 GB RAM and 64 of onboard storage, as fully as dual amplifiers and Dolby Atmos for full output than standard amps.

The handset also comes with a 16-mega pixel rear camera including an 8 – megapixel snapper in the front.

That ‘s not cutting – edge hardware, but Nokia ensures that the device will offer excellent battery life and graphics display. It’ll go on sale early this year for 1699 CNY particularly in China about $250.

Nokia first declared  that it was going to develop Android -based phones couple of months and at the time, HMD noted that it prepared to spend more than $500 million over the next three years to market its mobile products worldwide.

If you’re interested in the Nokia 6, keep an eye on the phone’s product page of JD.com.

Source: thenextweb
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