Mini review of the Nokia 6, the new Nokia terminal with Android 7.0

HMD Global, the Finnish company that holds the trademark rights of Nokia will present a new terminal this same month of January. Its about Nokia 6, a mid-range smartphone whose great novelty is the incorporation of Android as an operating system. More concretely, Android 7.0 Nougat.

Gone are the days when Nokia struggled not to disappear by adopting Windows Phone as a system in your Lumia terminals. From now on Nokia will be synonymous with Android, and with this he hopes to regain part of the prominence lost in recent years.

Nokia 6 technical specifications

The information that has transpired so far indicates that the new Nokia 6 it will have the following characteristics at the hardware level:

  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
  • Screen: 5.5 inches with FullHD resolution and a pixel density of 401ppi
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Internal storage: 64GB expandable via SD.
  • OS: Android 7.0 Nougat
  • Camera: 16 megapixel f / 2.0 rear with PDAF and 8MP front
  • Battery: 3000mAh with fast charge

In addition to this, the terminal will also have a fingerprint reader located on the front Of the device, dual SIM and sound Dolby Atmos.

Terminal design and finish

The design and visual finish of the terminal is very much in line with the rest of the mid-range terminals on the current scene. It has a unibody body with metallic finish in anodized aluminum. It comes with curved edges, and 2.5D arched screen. Both on the upper and lower edges it has some little darker additions, which may take away a bit of feeling. premium to the terminal. But like everything in life, maybe it's just a matter of taste.

Nokia 6 teaser video

Just a few hours ago we were able to see the first official teaser on YouTube where we can see in more detail what the new Nokia terminal will look like.

Price and availability

It seems that HMD Global does not want to risk too much, and for now the Nokia 6 will only be marketed in China, a country that, on the other hand, has 552 million smartphone users. Therefore, if we want to get one of these terminals we will have to go to a trusted online store that sells it. Your departure date is scheduled for the next few weeks, and its starting price will be about 230 euros ($ 245 more or less).

The company plans to launch up to 6 new terminals during this year, so the Nokia 6 would be only the tip of the iceberg of everything that is to come in the coming months.

We remember that Nokia was a world leader in the mobile phone industry between 1998 and 2011, and that little by little it was losing its leadership to the detriment of other brands such as Apple and Samsung. This loss of presence was also due to the growth of Android, which Nokia refused to adopt, betting on Windows Phone as an operating system, and condemning it to a much smaller market share.

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