Nokia 6 is pure Android Nougat in a sleek aluminium body
If you have a cellphone around the turn of the millennium, there's a good chance it was a Nokia.
And now after disappearing what looked to be forever almost three years ago, our trusty friend is back, at least in a way.
The Nokia 6 isn't a sturdy stubby candy bar phone with a wacky keyboard or a battery that can last forever.
It has a polished skin that's carved from a single block of aluminum.
And runs a pure version of Android NuGet.
That means no bloat ware or special skins.
Both of which are welcome moves.
Simplicity rules here, which is a classic Nokia touch.
It will come in two shades of black plus silver, blue, and copper.
The 5.5 inch display is full HD and covered by Gorilla glass.
Most of the features inside we've seen before.
You'll find a 16 megapixel camera, a fingerprint sensor, dual speakers, and an amplifier with [UNKNOWN] tech.
There's also a Nokia 6 Arte black limited edition which has more memory and storage, and a slightly glossier black finish.
But otherwise, the phones are the same.
Nokia 6 is already sold in China, but both phones will be landing in more countries soon.
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