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Nokia 6: The Company's First Android Phone has A Lot of Things to Question About; Should Xiaomi be Worried?


The tech crowd have a lot of questions in mind. One of them is why Nokia 6 - the company's first Android Phone has to be launched in China instead of globally. Apart from the excitement in knowing that Nokia is back, consumers are also doubtful whether the smartphone will rule the marketplace once again.

Will Nokia 6's average specs win the consumers' heart?

Nokia 6 packs 5.5-inch display and 403 ppi pixel density. It has the protection from Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and a Snadpragon 430 chip under the hood. The device runs Android Nougat out of the box and pairs 16 MP rear camera with 8 MP selfie shooter. The optics department doesn't get a lot of features except the standard dual-LED flash and PDAF.

Nokia 6 rocks 3000 mAh battery capacity with fast-charging feature. The handset is equipped with fingerprint sensor mounted at the front panel.

The mid-ranger has average hardware specs and it sells for fairly cheap price. Hence, many consumers are waiting for the premium-build Nokia Android phone that will have the same quality as it was before. GSM Arena conducted weekly poll, wherein it was found out that a few users are doubtful of the camera's quality and average hardware setups.

Will Nokia 6 become the best-selling phone?

Nokia was reigning the 90s and early 2000s. DailyMail has learned that the Nokia 5110 was the best-selling phone in 1998. In 1999, Nokia sold more than 160 million units of its iconic 3210, while in 2000 and 2003, the Finnish company sold 3310 series and 1100 series more than 376 million of units in total.

With Nokia 6 release in China, Nokia could be betting big on the sales but it isn't expected to become the best-selling device in 2017 given that there is a fierce competition against other already-established Android smartphones like Xiaomi and Motorola.

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