HMD Global — a Finnish association that owns a rights to make Nokia-branded smartphones — announced progressing this year that it would be releasing new midrange Nokia Android phones in a United States. We now have more information on a initial Nokia phone to strike Stateside: a Nokia 6, that will be accessible in early Jul for $229.
The Nokia 6 is a largest of a 3 Android phones HMD Global announced during Mobile World Congress, featuring a 5.5-inch, 1920 x 1080 display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of inner storage (expandable by microSD). On a program side of things, a 6 runs Android Nougat in a purest, sheer form — that means no bundled apps or overlaid skins. Plus, while a specs are decidedly average, a Nokia 6 does mount out with a steel unibody pattern built out of a singular retard of aluminum, that adds a reward hold to a differently midrange device.
According to HMD, a Nokia 6 will usually offer full support for 4G LTE for T-Mobile customers. ATT will be partially supported, while Sprint and Verizon CDMA-based networks won’t work during all.
The Nokia 6 will be accessible exclusively by Amazon someday in early Jul in matte black and silver; additional “tempered blue” and copper colors will be offering after in a summer. While HMD has betrothed that a smaller Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 phones will also be creation their approach to a US as well, there’s still no news as to when those models will be available.