HMD Global to launch nick screen-based Nokia 6.1 Plus in India: Know more

HMD Global, an central licensee of Nokia-branded phones, recently announced a launch of a initial nick screen-based smartphone — a Nokia X6 — outward China. Named Nokia 6.1 Plus for general markets, a phone’s user primer with network SAR information in correspondence with India’s telecom regulatory physique was recently leaked online, confirming that a phone is set to launch in India soon.

In terms of pattern and features, Nokia 6.1 Plus is approaching to be identical to Nokia X6, that is now accessible usually in China. However, Nokia 6.1 Plus would come with a Google apps pre-installed and Android One promise, that is a common box for any Nokia-branded smartphone directed during general markets.

Nokia 6.1 user manual

Nokia 6.1 user primer Photo: Nokiapoweruser

Speaking of specifications, Nokia 6.1 Plus would competition a 5.8-inch fullHD+ shade stretched in 19:9 aspect ratio. The shade would competition a cut-out area on a tip (notch) to accommodate a front camera, earpiece and a integrate of sensors. Nokia X6 comes in twin RAM and storage configurations i.e. 4GB and 6GB of RAM, and 32GB and 64GB of inner storage, respectively. However, a Indian indication is approaching to get 4GB of RAM and 64GB of inner storage, interconnected with Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 system-on-chip (SoC). The dual-SIM phone would also underline a microSD label container for memory enlargement adult to 256GB. Nokia 6.1 Plus would foot latest chronicle of Android Oreo out of a box. It would be powered by a 3,060 mAh battery, that would support Quick Charge 3.0 technology.

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In terms of imaging, Nokia 6.1 Plus would competition a twin camera set-up on a back. The back camera procedure would underline a 16-megapixel primary sensor of f/2.0 aperture, corresponding with a 5MP depth-sensing lens of f/2.2 orifice and 1.2-micron pixel size. On a front, there would be a 16MP selfie camera of f/2.0 aperture. Both a back and front cameras in Nokia 6.1 would support synthetic intelligence-based algorithm selection, camera enhancements and HDR mode.

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In China, Nokia X6 costs CNY 1,299 for a bottom model, that translates to Rs 13,300 in Indian currency. However, a stream era Nokia 6-series device (Nokia 6.1) is labelled during around Rs 18,000 in India. Therefore, Nokia 6.1 Plus is approaching to be labelled between Rs 15,000 and Rs 20000 cost bracket.

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