Nokia's newest phone has been stripped down for a better look
Nokia is definitely enjoying a major resurgence right now.
The iconic Finnish smartphone maker is set to reveal several new handsets as it marks its return to the smartphone market following its short-lived dalliance with Microsoft.
With some of the newest and most eye-catching Nokia Android-powered handsets just weeks away from being launched at Mobile World Congress later this month, the company’s first new Android device has now been laid bare in a new report.
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Launched earlier this year, the Nokia 6 was the first device from the company to run Android, and until the official release of the Nokia P1, remains the only handset to do so.
Now, the Nokia 6 has been fully laid bare in a tear-down seen by Nokiapoweruser – with photos getting right in to the very innards of the Nokia 6, showing exactly what hardware is powering the device.
Among the gallery of shots are in-depth views of the 16MP rear camera lens, which is capable of producing more detailed images than any other Nokia device to date.
There’s also confirmation that the Nokia 6 packs a 3,000mAh battery, more than enough to see you through a full day’s usage.
Elsewhere, the device is powered by Snapdragon 430 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage – overall making it a solid but unspectacular choice.
Here is a closer look at the inner workings of the Nokia 6
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The Nokia 6, which is only on sale in China for the time being, has already proved incredibly popular, reportedly selling out all its initial stock in just a minute.
Over a million people have also reportedly already registered their interest in buying the phone on JD.com, the online Chinese retailer that has exclusive rights for the device.
The Nokia 6 is currently available for 1699 Yuan (around £200), putting it far below the price of other flagship devices on the market.
However recent reports have suggested that the Nokia 6 could be arriving in Europe soon after the device showed up in Russian regulatory filings.
For now, we’ll have to wait until Nokia’s event at Mobile World Congress later this month.
The Nokia 6 sold out its initial stock in a minute in China
Nokia is also expected to launch several other new devices in Barcelona, including the Nokia P1.
This will be the company’s most powerful Android handset to date, packing an all-metal body that is curved at the corners.
There’s also Android 7.0 Nougat, all reportedly backed up by a Snapdragon 835 processor, 6GB of RAM and 256GB storage and a huge 3,500mAh battery.
Reports have also suggested that a new super-sized Nokia tablet device could also be set for launch soon.
According to the specification notes the as-yet-unnamed device sports a 18.4in touchscreen with a 2560×1440 UHD display. Inside, there’s a majorly powerful oct-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.