Gone are the days when people thought Nokia is out of the league of smartphones for real. While it did have a little setback, in hopes of its return, Nokia has already launched a trio of android smartphones which are primarily aimed at the market segment with a rather limited budget. The Nokia 6, Nokia 5, and Nokia 3 were initially launched in China and it won’t be wrong to claim that the smartphones were highly well received. While the pre-registrations of the Nokia 6 clocked at around 1.3 million, it didn’t take a lot of time for the demand of this smartphone to outnumber the supply.
Key Features And Specifications:
For anyone who is looking forward to what this affordable smartphone has to offer, let us accentuate a few of the key features and specifications of the Nokia 6. The smartphone offers a full HD 5.5-inch display. Since the top of the screen is coated with 2.5D gorilla glass, it is hardly unlikely for an average consumer to have any complaints regarding the screen. The smartphone offers 32 GB of internal storage and a Snapdragon 430 SoC processors that are coupled with 3 GM of RAM for the provision of impeccable performance. There is a separate China variant of the Nokia 6 that offers 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The 3000mAh battery on the Nokia 6 is compatible with fast charging. The dual sim smartphone further offers a 16 megapixel of the primary camera coupled with an 8 megapixel of secondary camera. You can expect to experience Android Nougat on the Nokia 6 that further offers a fingerprint sensor for an additional layer of security, a USB 2.0 port for connectivity, a stereo speaker that is compatible with Dolby atmos audio enhancement as well.
As stated earlier, the premium version of the Nokia 6 known as the Arte Black offers a stunning performance with a 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. While the rest of the features and specifications are pretty much the same as you would find on the standard version, the glossy black body of the Arte Black is what makes it appear more premium and eye-catching than otherwise.
As mentioned above, the all-new Nokia 6 is a premium smartphone that is primarily targeted at the market segment with a confined budget. Therefore, Nokia has kept the base price of the phone remarkably lower than the competitor brands and their smartphones. The standard version of the Nokia is priced at €229 while the premium version or the Nokia 6 Premium Arte Black is priced at €299 in Europe. The price roughly translates to 239.75 USD for the standard version and 314.67 USD for the premium variant.
In the light of the information mentioned above, it won’t be wrong to conclude that while it may be a little too soon to determine the extent to which Nokia 6 will be able to compete against its rivals, it is, however, fair to speculate that the competition is certainly going to be intense, to say the least.