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Nokia 6 (2018) with 4GB RAM, better processor launched: Price and specification

Nokia 6 (2018) with 4GB RAM, better processor launched: Price and specification

The Nokia 6 (2nd Gen) has been unveiled and the device comes with a number of improvements while still having the same price. Though users have an option of going back to Android Nougat even after installing Oreo beta, all of their data will be erased on downgrading. Yes, the Oreo update reached to Nokia 6 smartphone in India.

Meanwhile, HMD Global has announced the successor to Nokia 6 in China. However, the Oreo beta for Nokia 6 in India is larger in size and weighs 1.7 GB, hence, you will only be able to download it over a Wi-Fi network. This is more than a welcome idea for fans of the Nokia 6 family and from what it looks like, this could be a stable release. This was announced by Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer, HMD Global via a tweet, who also asked users to give their feedback on the Nokia 6 Android Oreo Beta Labs build. However, users can still install Google Play services APK file on the device if they wish. Now, the company has introduced a second generation of the handset with better specs than last year's model. This year, Nokia is offering the Nokia 6 in two stylish versions: black with copper highlights and white with rose gold accents. We'll let you know if it hits new shores in the future. The first change is on the processor, the 2018 Nokia 6 features a Snapdragon 630 processor. Recently, the company has also brought this update to its first Android smartphone Nokia 6. While at the front, we have an 8-megapixel front-facing camera with a 1.12um sensor and f/2.0 aperture for selfies and video calling.




"The new phone retains the 5.5" IPS LCD display with its 16:9 ratio, but gone are the capacitive keys on the chin below the screen, and the fingerprint sensor has moved to the back of the device. It also supports USB-Type C for fast charging.

Nokia 8's Dual-Sight mode will be available on the new Nokia 6 as well.


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