Nokia return with an Android terminal for the chinese market
January 8, 2017
In the coming months will be launching more devices and return to the global market.
HMD Global Oy, the Finnish company that is going to revive the brand Nokia in the mobile sector, has announced that the first terminal of this new journey will be the Nokia 6, an Android device.
HMD Global Oy has been done with the rights in the mark for a period of ten years and has officially presented its first terminal, to be launched exclusively in China. However, it is expected that the company expanding your market to reach again a global distribution and catalog terminals in the following months.
The Nokia 6 is manufactured with a chassis that is unibody anodized aluminum of 6000 series and 5.5-inch display with Full HD resolution and Gorilla Glass coating. Account with a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 Octa-Core, 4GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. Offers sound with dual front speakers, Dolby Atmos. Its main camera has an aperture f2.0 and 16-megapixel; the front offers 8 megapixel. Your operating system is Android Nougat 7.0.
Although it has not been given information about the battery, it indicates that will be of long duration, without clarifying how many hours of use estimate that will give the user.
The Nokia 6 will be sold exclusively in China through the chain store JD with a price approximate to the current exchange rate of € 230.
Nokia after Windows Phone
With this resurrection of Nokia and the Nokia 6 will be the conclusion of the link of the brand with Microsoft. The company of Redmond made with Nokia in an operation 5440 million euros that was closed in 2014 with the objective of launching its range Lumia with Windows Phone. To be integrated into Microsoft renamed as Microsoft Mobile.
In may 2016 Microsoft has announced the sale of the brand Nokia to FIH Mobile, a division of the manufacturer in china, Foxconn and HMD Global Finnish company. Have, in this way, with the resources of Nokia Technologies to create new handsets as well as its catalogue of patents and market them under the brand name of Nokia.
Arto Nummela, ceo of HMD Global, has stated that “we recently announced the launch of HMD Global. From the beginning we have indicated that we want to move forward quickly to establish ourselves, with an important role in the category of smart phones and create products that can meet the needs of consumers. The Nokia 6 is the result of listening to consumers who want a phone designed beautifully with characteristics of exceptional duration, and entertainment functions”.