The second era of a Nokia 6 has been revealed, featuring a improved processor, USB-C (instead of Micro USB), and some-more RAM during 4GB (up from 3GB). The updated chronicle also facilities a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, since a original had a Snapdragon 430 processor. The changes move it from some-more of a low-end to a midrange device, while a cost is still a same (around $230), so it’s a good upgrade.
The altogether pattern stays mostly similar, yet a fingerprint scanner has been changed from underneath a front shade to a behind of a phone. The device is also a bit smaller, yet it’s a tad thicker, too (by about 1mm). Both inclination have a 5.5-inch 1080p shade and keep a 16-megapixel back camera.
There are options for 32GB or 64GB of storage, that is expandable around microSD adult to 128GB. Nokia says a USB-C horse also delivers adult to 50 percent energy in 30 minutes. It ships with Android Nougat 7.1.1, with support for Android Oreo to come. The new Nokia 6 is now accessible for preorder for ¥1,499 in China (about $230) for a 32GB model, though there’s no denote about if and when it will be expelled in other markets. HMD Global, that creates Nokia phones, customarily launches products in China before bringing them to Europe and a US a few months later.