Mobilcom-Debitel to bring Nokia Android devices to Germany
The latest bit of online gossip by the popular leakster Roland Quandt has it that MobiCom-Debitel is looking to form long-term partnership with HMD Global, bringing the Nokia 6 to Germany in the forthcoming months. It will be following the Nokia 150 featurephone that is already available on the German market.
Nokia 6 is still available exclusively in China with over 1.4 million registrations. There was also a rumor about a white Nokia 6 but HMD Global denied such information and assured the device is currently only officially sold in only one country and a single color.
There’s no official confirmation yet from Mobilcom-Debitel, but we'll be keeping an ear on the ground.
@rquandt Quelle ist übrigens eine Mail-Antwort der PR-Abteilung von Freenet, der MD-Mutter.— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) 30 January 2017
Somebody can only say that when he does not iunderstand what better means;). With that being said. nope, they aren"t! A phone has to also have Quality Hardware, inside AND outside. MIcrophone AND earpiece. Better? for some a cpu and ram means better....
- 04 Feb 2017
As a Nokia owner, I have to wonder what differentiates this Android smartphone from the rest, software wise. I haven't read _anything_ about the SW. Is it stock Android? Did they do anything regarding the privacy issues with Android?
- 01 Feb 2017
The only thing that amaze me is the camera it has the feature like the pixel does, superb
- 31 Jan 2017