The second-generation Nokia 6 has a better processor, USB-C, and more RAM

(Last Updated On: February 4, 2018)

The second generation of the Nokia 6 has been recently launched which features a better processing system , a USB-C and a RAM at 4GB. The smartphone’s updated version has a Qualcomm snapdragon with 630 processor while the original device has a snapdragon with 430 processor but for both device the price remain the same at $230.

The overall design remains the same, though for second generation version the fingerprint scanner has been shifted from  beneath the front screen to the back of the phone. The smartphone feels and looks smaller but thicker about (1mm). In terms of similarity both device has a 5.5 inch display screen , a 1080p screen and a 16 megapixel rear camera.

Both devices the original and updated version of the smartphone has a storage memory space options for 32GB or 64GB , which can also be expanded via MicroSD which is up to 12GB, according to the company the device USB-C charger can’t deliver about 50 percent charge in just 30 minutes. The device comes with a Android Nougat 7.1 and can support the latest  version Android Oreo.

The new Nokia 6 is currently available for preorder for ¥1,499 in China (about $230) for the 32GB model, but there’s no indication about if and when it will be released in other markets. HMD Global, which makes Nokia phones, usually launches products in China before bringing them to Europe and the US a few months later.

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