Nokia 6 hands-on shows that sweet metal body in full glory

Chip, 08 January 2017

Nokia is back in the smartphone game and even if the mid-range China-exclusive Nokia 6 isn’t exactly what we all wanted at least it will give us some valuable insights for the future of the HMD-owned brand. You see while the Nokia 6 will retail for under $250 its aluminum body is more fitting of a flagship or at least an upper midrange device, so maybe it’s a good indication on what’s to come at MWC.

A reader of ours stumbled upon a bunch of live photos of the Nokia 6 on Weibo and was kind enough to share them with the rest of us. The images show the smartphone from all sides and even give us a glimpse of its about screen. In case you were wondering the Nokia 6 has the TA-1000 model number and its Android security patch level is December 2016.

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Nokia 6

The Android Nougat version is the initial 7.0 as opposed to the latest 7.1.1 available, but differences really are minor there and they really mostly concern the Google Pixel phones.

One of the live shots is of the retail box of the Nokia 6. Judging by its size, you shouldn’t expect to find too many accessories inside, but that’s hardly surprising for a midranger.

With no first-hand impressions to go with the photos we can’t really comment on how that aluminum 6000 series body feels, but we’ll do our best to get a review unit as quickly as possible and make up for that.

Special thanks to our anonymous tipster!


Reader comments

  • AnonD-574849
  • 16 Jan 2017
  • xCD

I agree with you dud NOKIA is the best phone or smartphone ever.. whether is no 1 or not but for me i rather still choose NOKIA because of QUALITY.

  • Dj
  • 16 Jan 2017
  • uWG

Good to see Nokia Back in Action. They should ve learned the dynamics of market and if they have opted for Android way back in 2010,they would certainly be Market Leaders by Now. Better late then never. Cheers

  • Carol
  • 10 Jan 2017
  • mef

That is mostly cause it has been many times proven that quality has nothing to do with very thin and bazelless;). Nokia is trying to keep it's quality on check. Now if others don't give a dime about it, cause well, the customers them selves are to ig...

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