It's only a minor improvement over the Nokia 3, but for that extra cash you get a bigger 5.2-inch screen (still 720p), an octa-core Snapdragon 430 processor and 13-megapixel primary shooter.
After seemingly an interminable wait, the Nokia Android phones announced around the turn of the year are finally ready to drop anchor on United Kingdom shores.
HMD Global, the firm behind the latest Nokia smartphones has announced that it will release the most advanced Nokia smartphone, Nokia 6, in the U.S. on July 10.
The Nokia 6 will retail for $229 in the USA and the handset will have slightly different specifications to the version that is available in China. Its cameras are a 16MP and 8MP pairing on the back and front respectively, and like the Nokia 5 it has a fingerprint scanner and is clad in aluminium.
The Nokia 3's 5in screen has a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels like the Nokia 5.
There's 16GB built-in memory with support for up to 128GB more thanks to the MicroSD card slot. We found it to be bright and reasonably crisp, and wouldn't expect more from a phone with a great price tag like this one. If you check out the latest sales reports, Apple's iPad lineup is possibly the only category of tablets that have been selling well, so if the market responds well in the near future for Android tablets, then it looks like HMD Global and Nokia might have something pleasant for us in the future. Here's a rundown of all the details you need to know. All three phones run a stock version of Android Nougat and have attractive metal and polycarbonate designs.
The company has kept its promise by regularly updating the software as early as possible.