The company is probably going to debut the smartphone in February at the MWC 2018 alongside some other models like the Nokia 4, Nokia 7 Plus, and global version of the Nokia 6 (2018). The smartphone runs a stock version of Android Nougat and sports a full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) display. Unsurprisingly, detail decreases even more when indoors or in low-light scenarios, and there's a noticeable loss of sharpness too, with strong softness often visible near the edges of the frame.
While we wait for the oft-rumored Nokia 9 to be announced, HMD Global's current flagship smartphone has been put through the DxOMark testing procedures. The latest leak puts the Nokia 1 slightly below the Nokia 2 in the series.
Both the images of the Nokia 1 display rounded corners and polycarbonate back panel with Nokia logo placed in the middle. HMD Global has promised that the smartphone will be updated to Android 8.0 Oreo in the near future. The phones were discontinued in 2014, but now could be making a return. The phone is fueled by a 4100mAh battery. Nokia 1 will rival Xiaomi 5A and Micromax Bharat 5 in the county. This phone has most of the same specifications as Nokia 6 of previous year. Android Go is meant specifically for handsets which offer modest specs.
The Nokia 6 (2018) has been launched in China in two variants - one with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage for CNY 1499 (approximately Rs 14,600) and one with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage for CNY 1699 (approximately Rs 16,600). The biggest addition is dual-sight capture which we will talk about later on in the article.