Nokia 6 64GB 4G Mobile Phones
OS Version: Android 8.1 Oreo
Display Resolution: 1080 x 1920 pixels
Rear Camera Resolution: 16 MP
Front Camera: 8MP
Processor: Qualcomm SDM630 Snapdragon 630 Chipset
Processor Type: 2.2GHz Quad Core Processor, Cortex A53
Battery: 3000mAh Li-Ion Non-removable battery
HMD Global has resolutely regenerated “Nokia” brand and it wasn’t only for Nostalgia of the 3310 remake. The Nokia (under HMD Global) released genuinely decent smartphones at most affordable prices. The Nokia 6 in Australia has been remade and delivers excellent value for money, without a doubt. We have already seen Nokia 6 before absolutely – the original model was announced at MWC 2017 and released later in summer, but Nokia 6 2018 is an updated version contains a number of serious improvements which will make it appeal to many people.
Nokia 6 Display
The display is one of the areas where Nokia 6 does fall a little short. The 5.5-inch IPS LCD is only bright enough for the most part. However, considering the size of the phone, it’s a shame that Nokia hasn’t moved to the 18:9 aspect ratio even with an arrival of Nokia 8 Sirocco. It sounds like HMD and Nokia both are yet to fully-embrace the war on bezels.
Nokia 6 Camera
On paper, Nokia 6 is equipped with a solid 16MP rear sensor and an 8MP front-facing sensor – supported by several dazzling features i.e. Geo-Tagging, Touch Focus, Face Detection, Panorama, and HDR. The results you get of the camera on this thing isn’t great. Still, most of the time, they’re quite good and well in the line of what you’d expect of a mid-range like this.
Overall, Nokia 6’s camera isn’t impressive but if you’re after a mid-range shooter which does a great job, it’s hard to beat – even with a single lens.
Nokia 6 Performance
The Nokia 6 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 Chipset which is coupled with a whopping 4GB of RAM. To handle a graphical department, Adreno 508 GPU is present. On a technical level, Nokia 6 is a neat and tidy improvement over its last year’s Nokia 6. In terms of everyday performance, you get out of the thing and rarely come away. The apps load faster and you can work on multiple tasks, despite the smallish screen size.
Nokia 6 Storage and OS
Talking about its onboard memory, Nokia 6 comes in 2 different storage tiers – 32GB and 64GB to fulfill your space needs. Most interestingly, Nokia 6’s onboard memory is expandable further 256GB via microSD card slot. Thus, you can save an extensive range of games and apps on your smartphone with ease.
As far as its software factor is concerned, Nokia 6 runs on Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. Either it’s upgradable to Android P 9.0 or not, it’s something we don’t know about.
Nokia 6 Price
The Nokia 6 64GB Price in Australia starts from AU$339 to AU$379, whereas its basic variant – Nokia 6 32GB sets you back around AU$265 to AU$277. It appeals to entry and mid-level users and anyone who wants a higher quality device which isn’t not going to break the bank.
Nokia 6 Battery
Another area where Nokia won’t disappoint its audience is its battery. The 3000mAh non-removable battery helps you cruise via an entire day but doesn’t deliver more than that with a heavy usage. You’d be required to get it charged before the day is out. In case you forget to do so, you’d still have a little to go on until you find a power source.