Nokia 6 can be seen as the return to form for a company that has once ruled the market. what makes it so good is the fact that this is actually a product you can use without a problem, adaptable to your needs and requirements and a lot of fun to have around.
The cool thing about Nokia 6 is that it’s 5.5”, it might be a bit large for some people but it’s also smaller and more manageable when compared to some of the older phone.
There’s not a lot to say about the Nokia 6 design. It looks nice for what it is, but it’s something that you already saw. There’s not a ton of innovation, but maybe you don’t really need that either. The idea with this unit is that it does tend to work great, it’s super adaptable and you can actively enjoy and appreciate it in meaningful ways.
Features of Nokia 6
While Nokia 6 comes with Android 7.1.1, you can upgrade it to Android Pie if you want, which is quite nice. The phone appeared a few years ago, so the fact that it has the Snapdragon 430 is not something to shock you. Yes, the processor is old, but the price point for this product is low too, so you do get plenty of value here.
You have a single camera on the back, that one has 16 MP. If you want to use the selfie camera, you will have only 8 MP, which is pretty good. Videos are recorded in full HD and you will also notice that there’s a headphone jack, something that phones tend to miss at this time.
They did include a card slot, which is actually a pretty good addition to this product. You have a 32 GB version with 3 GB of RAM, if you go for the 64 GB of storage, you will have 4 GB of RAM. The strange thing is that the former version has many colors, the one with more storage and RAM is only available in arte black.
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Based on our experience you can get around 18 hours of constant talk time from the Nokia 6, and that is if you don’t use apps or anything like that. But since no one can stay on their device so much the entire day, it’s safe to say that it will last you 24h or so of regular usage. That’s why you need to consider giving it a shot, as it’s worth it.
We found the Nokia 6 to be a very interesting phone. It’s a bit smaller when compared to new flagships, but that’s actually a benefit for most people. There are tons of connectivity options, not to mention the loudspeaker is good and it makes quite a lot of noise for what it is.
As a whole, the Nokia 6 is one of those budget phones with a lot of value and quality for the money. You do need to check it out and give it a try, as it does include all the great phone features you need without a problem!