By James Ryan Morales, | January 09, 2017
The Nokia 6 smartphone would run on the Android Nougat operating system. (YouTube)
Nokia is returning to the market with an Android-powered mobile phone after years of failing to release a follow-up to the Windows phone. Nokia has introduced "Nokia 6," which is packed with many impressive features and comes at an affordable price.
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The Nokia 6 is packed with features that can compete with the top phones within its price range.
The Nokia 6 will have an in-cell 5.5" 2.5D display with a 1080 x 1920 FHD resolution which is Gorilla Glass protected.
The body will have a premium design and aluminum body. Normally, mid-range phones come with a plastic body, but the Nokia 6 is different.
The Nokia 6 will have a Snapdragon 430 chipset with an octa-core CPU and Adreno 505 GPU. It will also come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB local storage.
The Nokia 6 will have a 16 megapixels rear camera with a f/2.0 aperture and PDAF laser auto focusing. The front camera features an 8 megapixels lens with a f/2.0 aperture.
The device will be available for a basic price of $245. However, the handset will be available exclusively in China. Since Nokia is just slowly making a comeback to the market, it intends to target the country with the world's largest number of smartphone users having an estimated count of 593 million by 2017, according to PhoneArena.
It is still unclear if Nokia 6 will be launched in other countries as well. However, if this comeback turns out to be a success, we can expect more Android-powered handsets from Nokia soon.
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