Launched in January past year, the Nokia 6 was HMD Globals first smartphone, which arrived as a mid-range offering.
Nokia 8 (2018) doesn't feature an edge-to-edge display, which is quite common on mid-budget and flagship smartphones these days.
Another noticeable change is the absence of a home button and fingerprint sensor up front. With its new design, Nokia 6 (2018) tries to mimmick phones with bezel-less screen, though there's thick bezels on top and bottom of the device. While the Nokia 6 was a good phone with the 5.5-inch display, that aspect has not changed here but the company has chose to change a few things with the design as well as with the internal specs. Its hardware specs did not do full justice to it even though the Nokia 6 was praised by one and all for its outstanding build quality. In order to accomplish this, HMD Global needed to move the fingerprint sensor to the back panel of the handset. Like clockwork, HMD has launched the second generation of the Nokia 6, around the same time frame, once again in China.
The phone features some decent hardware, including a 5.5-inch Full HD display and a relatively powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor. Similarly, an 8MP front camera is available with a wide-angle lens.
Moreover, the device will have a 4 GB of RAM and it will reportedly come in two native storage configurations: 32 GB or 64 GB. In terms of camera, there would be a 16 MP rear camera with flash, while on the front, there will be an 8 MP front-facing camera for selfies and video calling. The memory will be expandable with a micro SD up to 128 GB.
Like its predecessor, the Nokia 6 (2018) gets its stamina from a 3000 mAh battery.
Other new additions are a type USB-C port. While the rumors that surfaced in the past few weeks already revealed many of its specs and features, we finally know everything there is to know about the new model.
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