The Nokia 6 is the first Android phone to wear the famous Finnish brand.

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It runs a pure version of Android Nougat, which means you won't have to remove bloatware or learn a new Android skin.

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Made of polished aluminum, the Nokia 6 lacks the some of the signature elements that originally made Nokia famous. You can't change the cover and there's no keyboard.

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You can get the Nokia in two shades of black plus silver, blue and copper.

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There's also a Nokia 6 Arte Black Limited Edition. This model has more memory, more storage and a slightly glossier black finish

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The main camera has a 16-megapixel resolution.

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Around front is an 8-megapixel shooter.

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The camera interface takes full advantage of the 5.5-inch display.

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On the bottom end is a standard Micro-USB port.

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Below the display are the typical display controls you'd find on other Android phones.

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The Nokia 6 (left) is bigger than the Nokia 5 (center) and Nokia 3 (left) and has fancier specs.

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