In a surprise move, Finnish company HMD Global unveiled its first Nokia-branded smartphone. The name of the phone probably lags behind imagination as the device will be available on the market, like Nokia 6.
The bad news is Nokia 6 will be available exclusively for China's purchase through JD.com for just 245 dollars.
If you're wondering why HMD Global chose China as the first mood for the new Nokia-branded smartphone, the following is the explanation of the company:
"HMD's decision to launch its first Android smartphone in China is a reflection of its desire to meet the real needs of consumers in different markets around the world.
With over 552 million smartphone users in China in 2016, a percentage projected to increase to more than 593 million users by 2017, it is a strategically important market where design and excellent quality are highly valued by consumers. ”
Nokia 6 is a mid-range smartphone that will be released with an operating system Android 7.0 Nougat. It is completely made of aluminum and features a thin frame on the right and left edges of the screen.
The device runs with a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 430, has RAM 4GB and 64GB storage space that can be expanded with microSD. It also has a camera 16-megapixel on the back, with PDAF (phase detection autofocus or auto focus phase detection) and LED flash.
Nokia 6 has a fingerprint sensor, and it supports Dual-SIM. For the sound he uses Dolby Atmos with stereo speakers. Comes with me Bluetooth 4.1 and connectivity LTE.
Its screen is 5,5 inch with analysis (1080p) Full HD, and powered by a decent battery of 3.000 mAh.
Let's say HMD Global is expected to present two Nokia-branded smartphones next month at Mobile World Congress 2017.
See the presentation video