Nokia 6 was part of the brand’s first range of smartphones last year. Its job was to relaunch and restore the brand name back into the mobile market. It’s been a year since then and let’s just say, job well done! The phone was a successful mid-range buy with great specs that won over buyers.
The Nokia 6.1 stems out from its predecessor’s popularity. This newly released 2018 edition of the phone brings to the device a bunch of improvements while managing to keep the price low. Here are the Nokia 6.1 specifications that’ll prove that this phone is ready to charm its way into the new year.
The Nokia 6.1 gets a new and updated processor. It comes with the Snapdragon 630 chipset that brings with it better graphics, efficient cores, and higher clock speed. This makes apps and games run smoothly. The 3GB RAM and 32GB storage further boost the performance of this phone.
The Nokia 6.1 camera now comes with a Zeiss lens. The rear camera is a 16-MP shooter, accompanied by a dual-LED flash. This camera captures details well and is particularly good when taking close-up shots. On the front, it has an 8-MP camera that lets you shoot in regular and bokeh mode. The phone also has the option for “bothies”. This is a split screen capture mode that allows you to shoot from the front and back camera at the same time.
New fast-charging system
The Nokia 6.1 battery remains the same as before. This is a 3000 mAh battery that can last you through the day. However, the phone now comes with the fast-charging feature that will let you top it up quicker than before. This smartphone uses the USB Type-C charging system that can charge up to 50% of your phone in just 30 minutes. So, even on days when you overwork your phone, you can recharge it back to 100% in a matter of an hour.
Runs on Android One
The Nokia 6.1 runs on Android One, which is the almost stock version of Google’s Android operating system. This has always been a major selling point of the new Nokia phones. Since this phone runs on Android One, it will receive timely updates and security patches much faster than most other phones. This explains why the phone is already updated with Android Oreo, the latest Android version.
The Nokia 6.1 retains the look from its popular predecessor. It is a solid block of aluminium with “diamond cut” edges. On the front, it is covered by Gorilla Glass 3 that keeps is free from accidental scratches. The only difference in this phone is the placement of the fingerprint sensor. It now sits on the back of the phone under the camera, making it easier to reach to. Overall, the Nokia 6.1 seems like a gadget of exceptional quality that also feels good to hold on to.
Considering the Nokia 6.1 price and features, this phone checks out as a good mid-range phone. You can now also buy the Nokia 6.1 on EMI at the Bajaj Finserv EMI Store. The phone is available at an EMI of Rs.2,400. It offers many other benefits too when you buy the phone on EMI such as free same-day delivery. You can browse the EMI store to look out for more Nokia smartphones on EMI.
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