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Nokia 6 (2018) specs and pictures revealed by Chinese regulator agency


One of the major events in 2017 was Nokia's return. Well, technically, it's just the Nokia brand, while the phones are actually designed and commissioned by HMD Global — a young company, filled to the brim with ex-Nokia and ex-Microsoft head honchos. So yes, the spirit carries on and we are getting carried away, let's get back on track.

The company released 5 different phones this year, covering all tiers of the market — from the entry-level, super-budget Nokia 2 to the flagship-class Nokia 8. They have been well-received and HMD is well on its way to build a steady following for its smartphone brand, which is why we have every reason to believe that the phones will get a yearly refresh in 2018.

We've already started hearing rumors about the Nokia 6 (2018). Namely – that it would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 and 4 GB of RAM. Now, a listing from Chinese regulation agency TENAA sheds further light and even shows us how the phone is going to look!

So, it's important to note that the phone registered with TENAA has a Snapdragon 630, so the rumor might have been a bit skewed there. The 4 GB of RAM is confirmed, though, and we have 32 GB of storage. You probably guessed this next part — the display has an 18:9 aspect ratio, giving it that trendy elongated look with thin bezels all around.

We are not sure when we should expect an official word on the new Nokia 6, but considering that the former one was announced on the 7th of January, 2017, we expect that its successor will be unveiled fairly soon.


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