05 January, 2018
The original Nokia 6 was officially launched with a price tag of about 230 euros (~$260).
So, here is what to expect from the Nokia 6 (2018), according to the most recent leaks and rumors.
The original Nokia 6 had a front-mounted fingerprint scanner integrated into the home button.
The 2018 version has a 16MP rear camera sensor with dual-tone LED flash and PDAF lens. Nevertheless, that doesn't mean the Nokia 6 (2018) is outright boring. The Nokia 6 2018 or the Nokia 6 second generation, when you look at it in all its totality, seems like an iterative update to last year's Nokia 6: in looks as well as in terms of hardware specs. HMD Global even kept the 16:9 aspect ratio we seldom see nowadays. There's a 2.5D sculpted Corning Gorilla Glass display on top.
TENAA has already revealed the main specs of the Nokia 6 (2018).
The Nokia 6 (2018) is smaller and fiercer than its predecessor was
The fingerprint scanner in Nokia 6 is embedded into the home button on the front.
For instance, many Android phones are now affected by the Meltdown and Spectre bugs, but new Nokia 6 owners will likely have to wait to receive the full fix. New Nokia 6 (2018) will keep the screen frame, which will also receive a Full HD resolution and a diagonal of 5.5 inches, although this format is in 2018 is no longer relevant. Its hardware specs did not do full justice to it even though the Nokia 6 was praised by one and all for its outstanding build quality. However, Nokia 6 (2018) now supports "Bothie" mode that lets users capture and record from the front and rear camera simultaneously. A MicroSD card slot will allow the storage expansion by another 128GB.
The original Nokia 6 gets 4GB RAM along with 32GB or 64GB storage variant, though the 64GB limited version was never launched in the Indian market. Both will feature 4 GB of LPDDR4 RAM. Weighing 172 grams, the Nokia 6 (2018) has a metal body and it houses a 3000 mAh battery with the fast charging support.
Other new additions are a type USB-C port.
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