After few months of its official announcement, Nokia has finally revealed a more detailed information regarding its mobile phones. According to the Finnish multinational company, it will soon bring its first collection of Android smartphones in the USA, starting with the Nokia 6.
The Nokia 6 was first introduced back in February together with the Nokia 5, as well as Nokia 3. All these smartphones were promised near-stock operating systems, with quick updates, and very affordable price tags. However, among the mentioned smartphones, the declared flagship of the company is the Nokia 6, as reported by 9to5Google.
It offers a 5.5-inch 1080p display, with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 430 processor, 3GB of RAM, and a full pack of 32GB of storage. Furthermore, Nokia 6 runs Android 7.1.1, has also an aluminum unibody design and is officially assembled by Foxconn. Its rear camera offers 16MP while the front camera is 8MP.
According to The Verge, Nokia's flagship smartphone will sell on Amazon USA for a reasonable price of $229. Starting in July, Nokia will be seen on Amazon online store, as well as in its physical store. The bundle will be composed of the GSM-only version of the Nokia 6, which packs dual-SIM slots.
The upcoming Nokia 6 will only offer T-Mobile customers the full support for 4G LTE and will only be partially supported the other mobile carrier AT&T. On the other hand, Sprint and Verizon CDMA will be based networks and won’t work at all with Nokia 6.
It will be available exclusively through Amazon various in colors such as matte black and silver. An additional variant such as tempered blue and copper colors will be offered soon, maybe later in the summer. While HMD has already promised that the smaller Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 phones will also be making their way to the US as well, there are still no reports as to when those models will be available.