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Nokia 6 hits the US early next month at a low price

A photo showing off the Nokia 6's large IPS display. (Source: Nokia)
A photo showing off the Nokia 6's large IPS display. (Source: Nokia)
The Nokia 6 is coming to the States, and soon. It arrives in early July and sports an affordable $229 price tag.

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The Nokia 6 is finally making its way stateside. After launching first in China and then the rest of the world, the handset is making its US debut in early July. It comes with a fairly affordable price tag, too: only $229.

Of course, for such a price compromises are to be expected. The Nokia 6 sports a 5.5-inch, 1080p IPS LCD display, but some of its other features are a bit less exciting. There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, as well as 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. Not great, but not bad.

Nokia did choose to include a decent main shooter in its phone. It's a 16-megapixel camera with an f/2.0 aperture. On the front of the device is a lower-resolution 8-megapixel camera. The battery is not half bad. It's rated at 3,000 mAh, which seems suitable enough for this handset. Like all new smartphones, the Nokia 6 runs Android Nougat.

When the Nokia 6 arrives, it will available to purchase from Amazon. There it will be sold unlocked, although the phone is only compatible with GSM/LTE carriers, which really limits your choices. Two colors will available at the start, Matte Black and Silver, but new Tempered Blue and Copper models will join them later this summer.

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HMD Global via Android Central

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John Garcia, 2017-06-26 (Update: 2017-06-26)
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