But it is still unclear and under questions that whether this Nokia 6 will also be launched in the worldwide market or not. Wondering what's important with that?
But Nokia watchers have spotted another variant of the phone passing through the Bluetooth wireless certification process. The company is making it no secret that the 6 will be a device exclusive to China, setting the stage for future phones intended for the global stage. Measuring 118.00 x 50.20 x 13.50 (height x width x thickness) and weighing 81.00 grams, both devices flaunt tiny 2.40-inch touchscreen display, mated on 240 pixels by 320 pixels display resolution. The 6 is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 430 processor. The 6's 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage is on par with flagships though, affirming the device's mid-range ambitions.
Battery: The dual-SIM smartphone houses a 3000mAh non-removable battery.
The TENAA listing, as reported by NokiaPowerUser of the Nokia 6 contains images showing the front, back and side of the device. There's dual amplifiers speaker with Dolby Atmos technology for sound output. HMD is talking of global ambitions but the Nokia 6 isn't actually destined to leave its home country. The black variant is priced at 1,699 CNY (Rs. 16,750 approximately).
We just saw the company's first Android smartphone in years launch over in China, but in a new Facebook post, it looks like Nokia isn't done just yet with the Android market in regards to how soon we can expect these new devices.