Nokia, now a brand managed by Finnish company HMD, announced its latest Android phones for the global market. The company kicked off its event in Barcelona where it launched four Android phones. These smartphones are Nokia 3, Nokia 5, the new Nokia 3310 and the most premium among them all, is the Nokia 6.
The Nokia 6 is powered by a Snapdragon 430 processor with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. If you're after of more storage and a RAM boost, you may like to opt for the Arte Black Limited Edition, for a roomier 64GB internal storage and a whopping 4GB RAM. Both models do come with a MicroSD card slot that will let you add up to 128GB more memory. Also, Nokia 6 runs the latest Android Nougat software.
Nokia 6 sports a 16Mp camera on the rear, and an 8Mp camera for the front, which is a solid deal for a phone with this price tag. There's also a dual-tone flash on the rear. Nokia has included HDR too.
The Nokia 6 also boasts a fingerprint sensor for extra security, which sits neatly below the home button. The side sensors and multi-tasking keys are back that are surely most Android fans will be familiar with. Moreover, there's Dolby Atmos sound with a smart audio amplifier and dual speakers, too, which makes watching videos on the small screen more enjoyable.
The Nokia 6 isn't completely brand new to MWC 2017. It was first launched exclusively in China last month, and according to a source, Nokia 6 was sold out in just a quick 23 seconds with more than one million pre-registrations. Thanks to that huge success, Nokia has decided to bring the Android smartphone to the rest of the world. The Nokia 6 is a powerful phone and a great option for those on a budget. This pure Android phone price starts only at $200.