Nokia 6 Finally Coming to the U.S. in Early July – Price Tag to Be Slightly Above $200
After a substantially long wait, the Nokia 6 is finally coming to the U.S. next month, offering users a compelling Android smartphone purchase while keeping the price tag fairly low. Enthusiasts will argue that the Snapdragon 430 powering the device will be a letdown, but there are other extremely strong points that will eventually make the phone a worthy purchase so let us check out those pointers.
Nokia 6 Expected to Sell via Amazon - Price Tag Will Most Likely Be $229
Featuring a full metal jacket protecting the innards, the Snapdragon 430 will definitely be an overlooked specification on the Nokia 6 when you look at the quality of materials used in manufacturing the handset.
“Combining superior craftsmanship and distinctive design with an immersive audio experience and a 5.5" full HD screen, the new Nokia 6 delivers a truly premium smartphone experience. The unibody of the Nokia 6 is crafted from a single block of 6000-series aluminium and is perfect for those who want a robust phone with outstanding entertainment credentials. The smart audio amplifier with dual speakers offers a deeper bass and outstanding clarity, while Dolby Atmos® sound delivers a powerful moving entertainment experience.”
Even Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer from HMD Global claims that the Nokia 6 raises the bar for affordable mobile devices:
“Phones have become an extension of ourselves and are integral to so many aspects of our lives. From capturing memories and keeping us entertained, to keeping in touch and remembering important dates and anniversaries, our smartphones are often at the heart of everything we do. The new Nokia 6 sets a high bar for quality and we've taken no shortcuts to ensure the Nokia 6 rewards you with a premium experience for everyday use. From its bespoke design through to the quality entertainment features, we've designed the Nokia 6 to give you more.”
Not long ago, a popular YouTuber performed a bend test on the Nokia 6 and very surprisingly, the smartphone would hardly flex. During a later teardown video, it was revealed that the manufacturer had incorporated several screws to hold the device together and to give it a massive durability score boost. For $229, this definitely looks to be a decent purchase for you guys.
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News Source: PRnewswire