Nokia 6 Review: Stylish phone with an execution to back it up

nokia 6 review

Here in this article i am giving my Nokia 6 review. HMD Global’s most recent telephone is the Nokia 6 (2018). With a sticker price of Rs 16,999, the Nokia 6 (2018) is the most recent to join the rundown of Nokia-marked telephones from the Finnish start-up. While Nokia is beginning to recover its lost brilliance, and piece of the overall industry, for most clients in India, the brand keeps on being synonymous with quality items, ones that will survive the trial of day by day utilize. This is the thing that we will search for in the Nokia 6 (2018) as well.

nokia 6 review
Nokia 6

Nokia 6 (2018) Specifications:

  • 5.5-inches IPS LCD 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor
  • 3GB RAM+32GB storage (expandable to 128GB)
  • 16MP+ 8MP with Zeiss Optics
  • 3000 mAh battery
  • Android 8.0 Oreo upgraded to 8.1

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Nokia 6 review

When the original Nokia 6 first launched in 2017, it looked like a premium smartphone. In terms of design, the Nokia 6 stood out against the run-of-the-mill Chinese smartphones that have flooded the market. But one of the criticisms for the Nokia 6 was the under-powered processor, especially for its price. This was more so in a market like India, where on-paper specifications tend to grab all the attention.

With Nokia 6 (2018), the organization tries to improve the situation and offers an enhanced and all the more capable Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, alongside new highlights for the camera. Besides the plan looks far and away superior to the past telephone. Nokia 6 comes in three shading blends: Black and Copper, White and Ivory, and Blue and Gold. I would have gotten a kick out of the chance to see the Blue and Gold variation, yet the Black and Copper Unit is additionally a champion outline. On the off chance that I put this alongside a Redmi Note 5 Pro or the Honor 9 Lite, Nokia 6 (2018) is additionally engaging because of the one of a kind outline.

The matte black finish, the single aluminium body and the copper trimmings around the phone’s sides, camera and fingerprint module, make it very eye-catching. The phone feels premium to hold and it is a solid device. I have not noticed any scratches or the copper fading away, which is good to see.

My only complaint is that the edges could have been a little more curved to make it a little easier to hold in the hand. Nokia 6 (2018) has a more flatter body with sharper edges, which does not always feel so comfortable. Still, this is a phone that looks like no other in the market and for a start-up to achieve this is no small feat. The Nokia 6 (2018) looks like a modern phone, though it is missing one aspect which its rivals are offering: an 18:9 aspect ratio display. But how does it perform? Here’s what we thought during our review.

Nokia 6 review: What’s good?

Beginning with the Nokia 6 (2018) show, I would state the absence of a 18:9 viewpoint proportion does not take away anything from the telephone. The telephone accompanies a 5.5-inch IPS LCD full HD determination show with Corning Gorilla 3 on top for assurance. Nokia 6’s show is great by all checks. Indeed, even with under 50 for every penny brilliance this is adequate to watch recordings, and functions admirably for all events.

Be it YouTube recordings or gaming, the Nokia 6’s show is sufficiently dynamic to keep most clients upbeat. The shading generation is exact, however the blacks could be somewhat more profound. Review points on this are phenomenal, and at its cost this show should keep most clients upbeat.

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Nokia 6 Camera

With Nokia 6, the camera is as yet 16MP on the back, yet now with Zeiss Optics and there’s a 8MP front camera. The camera determinations have not changed, however the camera application on Nokia 6 now accompanies more highlights like a Pro mode, the ‘Bothie’ alternative, for which I don’t generally observe any utilization.

Still the camera is most noteworthy at its cost. Shading propagation I would state is generally exact, and there’s no inclination to make everything show up either finished immersed or washed out, which is an issue on spending telephones.

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Nokia 6 (2018)’s battery was another impressive feature. It has a Type-C USB charging port and one can get it to 100 per cent in under 2 hours easily with the in-box charger. In one instance, I had put it for charge with under 10 per cent battery and in under an hour, the phone was up to 84 per cent, which was good to see.

The Nokia 6 (2018) has been moved up to Android 8.1 Oreo, and this is one of the qualities of these telephones. For Android clients, who need to pick a telephone where they are guaranteed of steady updates, Nokia telephones are outstanding amongst other choices. The Nokia 6 is Android One telephone, which additionally implies it will be updates to the following two adaptations of Android, which are P and Q. The UI itself is stock Android, clean, and there’s no bloatware on the telephone as such.

Nokia 6 review: What’s not good?

One of the issues with the Nokia 6 that I confronted was the situation of the unique finger impression scanner. Truly, it is directly beneath the camera module, yet I frequently discovered my finger was on the LED streak, instead of the quietly composed unique mark sensor. Frequently, the telephone flashed the message, “Incomplete unique finger impression recognized”, which was irritating and consequently I stayed with the Pin.

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Nokia 6 review: Verdict

nokia 6 review

Nokia 6 (2018) has a lot of positives. There’s the standout design, the clutter-free UI with the promise of constant updates. Battery life and overall performance are also up to the mark. Camera works quite well for the price range. All of this makes Nokia 6 (2018) an easy one to recommend.

From a budget perspective, Nokia 6 (2018) is a well-designed package in the Rs 16,000 to Rs 20,000 price bracket. Of course, for those who have a lower budget or want more storage, RAM, etc, under the Rs 15,000 price range can still consider the other options in the market like the Redmi Note 5 Pro, Honor 9 Lite, etc.

Hopefully this Nokia 6 review will you to better understand, and help you to make decision to purchase a smartphone.

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