HMD Global’s Nokia has recently unveiled the Nokia 6 (2018), an update to the Nokia 6 Android smartphone released in 2017. So, what are the differences between the two? Let’s find out.
The Nokia 6 (2018) sports a newer, more modern look compared to the previous model, but retains the same 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass, HD screen, and 6000 series aluminum unibody. One of the most noticeable changes is the colored chamfers surrounding the frame. The camera module also looks different with the LED flash placed farther away from the camera.
The top and bottom bezels are also slimmer with a better screen-to-body ratio of 73.2%, compared to the older Nokia 6’s 70.7%. The fingerprint scanner, on the other hand, is now placed at the rear, and the capacitive buttons are removed in favor of on-screen navigation keys. Lastly, it’s shorter but slightly thicker and heavier than the Nokia 6 (2017) and only comes in two colors.
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