Unveiled last weekend, the first Nokia smartphone to hit the market since the Finnish company under HMD Global, Nokia 6, will hit the market exclusively in China. Your first flash sale It is scheduled for January 19 and in just 24 hours has reached 250,000 records.
Nokia 6 will be sold exclusively through the Chinese online store JD.com, for a price equivalent to 230 euros (approximately), and for those who are interested, it is possible since yesterday to register on the site, costing about 8.40 euros, which are then deducted from the terminal price.
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This mid-range Nokia is the first to hit the market, marking the return of what was once the queen of the market. Mobile Not only is the return important, but also the fact that the brand is now betting on the Android operating system, something that could be the way to return to the top of the market.
As the first of 6 devices that Nokia has promised to deliver in 2017, the Nokia 6 brings with it a screen with a 5.5 inch Full HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 octa-core processor with the Adreno 505 integrated graphics. 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory, with the device's main camera containing a 16MP photo sensor and an 8MP resolution secondary camera, both with an f / 2.0 aperture.
The handset recently went through TENAA, revealing a silver variant of the Nokia 6 (the original version comes in black). You can watch the introduction video of the new Nokia 6, revealing its beautiful design and construction at the end of the article.
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