Nokia 6 A Good Deal Or Not?

Amazon might have released a few of Prime Exclusive phones a few days ago, but the phone that is making more headlines is the Nokia 6. There are few reasons for this, the biggest of which is that the Nokia name is one that invokes plenty of nostalgia and reminders of phones of long ago.
However, this is not your parents’ Nokia. Not going into detail, Nokia sold its mobile and devices division to Microsoft in 2013 in order to fight off its financial situation.
Microsoft Mobile became the successor to Nokia’s mobile devices unit in 2014, but later it only took 2 years for Microsoft mobile to sell off its Nokia-branded feature phone to HMD Global, which was founded by former Nokia executive Jean-Francois Baril.
Today, we have one of the results from this mess of sales and agreements: the Nokia 6. As far as the sale of the phone is concerned, Amazon is the only place that offers the phone, and though price the price helps the Nokia 6 compete with other budget phones.
5.5-inch IPS LCD 1920x1080 resolution 403 ppi
Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
Adreno 505
Internal Storage
32GB Expandable up to 256GB
Rear: 16MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture, PDAF, dual-LED Flash
Front: 8MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture
3000mAh Non-removable
Android 7.1.1 Nougat
Design: Design-wise, you would not know that Nokia 6 is a budget phone. From the solid, cool feel of aluminium in the hands, to the way the glass is slightly above the surroundings metal, the Nokia 6 looks and feels great in the hands. When you swipe from the either side you do also feel the charmed edges befoe the glass.
Clean Software with promised timely update: Manufacturers could have stem off their manufacturing cost by loading up unnecessary apps to Nokia 6 instead Nokia 6 runs a clean version of Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
Performance: The performance is fine but is comes with Snapdragon 430 which could be frustrating. Even in day to day activities, such as browsing, using the camera, you can definitely feel the processor chug a bit. Nokia 6 does not perform extremely good on the performance front but does alright.
Ultimately, Nokia 6 is a good deal will come down to 2 things: price and the competition. In terms of pricing, Nokia 6 comes with $229.99. Is it a good deal or not depends on how much money you will spend on it


  1. Great deal. Long time awaited phone from nokia. Kuddos to nokia lovers.

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  3. no comparison to the other devices.
    after a long tym bt its awsm. I will give it 5 out of 5 stars..

  4. Nokia 6 is using 430 processor which gives average performance . People who are looking for long term usage I do not recommend this phone . I would suggest people to look for high performance processor. If the Nokia 6 was around 9-10k I would highly recommended this product

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