The Good The Nokia 6's slick metal jacket looks great, givin this affordable phone the lustre of a more premium handset.
The Bad The underpowered processor makes the phone sometimes frustrating to use.
The Bottom Line The sluggish performance of the Nokia 6 is a nuisance, but its low price and good looks go a long way to make up for it.
Beauty on a budget
Of the three phones Nokia launched earlier this year (The Nokia 3, and 6), the Nokia 6 ($229.00 at Amazon.com) is the star. But at only £220 (or $180 in the US, with Amazon's ads appearing on the lockscreen), it's still affordable.
It uses premium metals to look slick and premium but keeps the price down with a low-end processor and a display with a ho-hum resolution. As such, performance can be laggy, but it's not a huge problem for everyday use.
Don't buy this phone if you're looking for the best example of what a smartphone can be. Instead, consider it if you want a great-looking Android phone that'll handle your life's essentials and won't drain your wallet.
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