The Nokia 6 was HMD Global’s initial Nokia-branded phone final year, and a association who owns a permit for a Nokia code expelled a second-generation Nokia 6 version progressing this year, during MWC. That phone version, that HMD now calls Nokia 6.1, will be accessible in a US this Sunday from Best Buy and Amazon.
Just like a predecessor, a Nokia 6.1 is a mid-range device that’s utterly affordable — it’ll be labelled during $269 unbarred that isn’t a bad understanding for a well-built phone using a pristine Android OS version.
The phone is done of aluminum 6000 series, and a 2.5D arrangement is stable by Corning Gorilla Glass.
The Nokia 6.1 packs a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS arrangement Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, adult to 4GB of RAM, adult to 64GB of storage, microSD support 16-megapixel Zeiss-branded camera, 8-megapixel selfie camera, rear-facing fingerprint sensor, USB-C pier with quick charging support, and 3,000 mAh battery. The handset is presumably 60% faster than a prototype and comes with Android Oreo. On tip of that, a phone is partial of Google’s Android One-branded phones, that means it’s ostensible to get timely Android updates and confidence updates in a years to come.
Other highlights embody Nokia’s new “Bothie” selfie mode that lets we take cinema with both a front-facing and back cameras during a same time, a pretence we’ve formerly seen on Samsung handsets. Furthermore, a handset comes with face clear support, despite it’s not a 3D facial approval kind, like a iPhone.