Nokia 6 unboxing video appears on YouTube ahead of launch

Nokia is back in the smartphone game finally, and this time not with just an announcement but an actual phone. Nokia 6, powered by Android Nougat, is the first Nokia-branded smartphone released by HMD Global, a company which acquired Nokia branding rights from Microsoft. The device is slated to see a China only launch on January 19th, however, TechDroider was sent a unit from China and they have posted an unboxing video on YouTube. 

Nokia 6 Specs

  • 5.5-inch FHD Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 Processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB Storage
  • 8MP Front Camera
  • 16MP Rear Camera
  • Android 7.0 Nougat

The device seems to be packaged in a rather regular box, though Nokia made sure to throw some paint on top of the box in order to make it pop out, and created an image by doing so. This black smartphone sports a rather industrial design, it doesn’t exactly pop out, and you’ll either love or hate that, though it seems like Nokia did a really good job with its build, as initial reports suggested.

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Nokia has six phones planned for this year in their partnership with HMD, with the Nokia 6 being the first of those. The very first Nokia is not a flagship however, but more of a mid-ranger. Apart from the Snapdragon 430 powering the smartphone, not much about it seems quite mid-range however. 4GB RAM 64 GB of on board storage sound quite enough.

Kind of makes one think Nokia might go in a reverse order with its launches. Nokia 6, Nokia 5, Nokia 4 and so on. Too far-fetched a thinking?

YouTube is now awash with similar hands-on videos by the way, and some gaming reviews even. So check them out if you’re interested (and know a bit of Mandarin).

Via  : TechDroider

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