Nokia 6 - 32 GB - Dual Sim Unlocked Smartphone (AT&T/T-Mobile/Metropcs/Cricket/Mint) - Update To Android 9.0 Pie - 5.5" FHD Screen - Blue - U.S. Warranty
|Display Size||5.5 Inches|
|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB|
About this item
- Fast 4G LTE speed, 1. 4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 Octa-core processor, 3 GB of RAM, and 32 GB of internal memory with the option to add up to 128 GB of microSD expandable memory
- Brilliant 5. 5 2. 5D full HD display and a smart amplifier with 7. 2W peak output and Dolby atmos; 4G Volte, Wi-Fi 802. 11 b/G/openings, Bluetooth 4. 1, GPS, USB OTG support
- 16 MP rear-facing and 8 MP front-facing camera with dual-tone flash
- Built-in fingerprint sensor grants you exclusive access to your Device
- By default the software is 7. 1. 1 nougat with a free update to Android 9. 0 Pie and one year of monthly security updates
- Unlocked for freedom to choose your carrier. Compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile Networks
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From the manufacturer
Built to last
Crafted from a single block of 6000 series aluminum, anodized, polished and finished with bright diamond-cut edges. Outstanding structural integrity and class-leading craftsmanship in a product that is truly built to last.
Bright, vibrant 5.5” full HD IPS laminated display with 85% color gamut reproduction.
Louder sound and deeper bass from the dual speakers, Smart amplifier with 7.2W peak output and Dolby Atmos.
32 GB internal memory with microSD card slot supporting up to 128 GB.
Android 9.0 Pie
Android 9.0 Pie brings you the latest Android features such as Android Doze to make your battery last longer.
Capture the moment
Intuitive and fast imaging from the 16 MP phase detection auto focus rear camera and 8 MP auto focus front camera.
|Nokia 6.1||Nokia 6||Nokia 5.1 Plus||Nokia 5||Nokia 3.1 Plus||Nokia 3.1|
|Software||Android 9.0 Pie||Android 9.0 Pie||Android 9.0 Pie||Android 9.0 Pie||Android 9.0 Pie||Android 9.0 Pie|
|RAM/Storage||3GB / 32GB||3GB / 32GB||3GB / 32GB||2GB / 16GB||3GB / 32GB||2GB / 16GB|
|Display||5.5" 16:9 FHD 1080x1920 Corning Gorilla Glass 3||5.5" 16:9 FHD 1080x1920 with Corning Gorilla Glass 3||5.86" 19:9 HD+ 720x1520||5.2" 16:9 HD 720x1280||6.0" 18:9 HD+ 720x1440||5.2" 18:9 HD+ 720x1440 with Corning Gorilla Glass|
|Processor||Snapdragon 630||Snapdragon 430||Mediatek Helio P60||Snapdragon 430||Snapdragon 439||Mediatek 6750|
|Rear/Front Camera||Main: 16 MP/Front: 8 MP||Main: 16 MP/Front: 8 MP||Main: 13+5 MP/Front: 5 MP||Main: 13 MP/Front: 8 MP||Main: 13+5 MP/Front: 8 MP||Main: 13 MP/Front: 8 MP|
|Expandable Memory||Up to 256GB MicroSD||Up to 256GB MicroSD||Up to 400GB MicroSD||Up to 256GB MicroSD||Up to 400GB MicroSD||Up to 256GB MicroSD|
|USB||Type-C||Micro USB 2.0||Type-C||Micro USB 2.0||Micro USB 2.0||Micro USB 2.0|
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- Price is seems very low for what you get.
- Battery life is shockingly good. (ha)
- Phone feels amazing in the hand, the one piece of aluminum shell can't be beat
- Durability of this thing is on point, designed to last instead of break.
- Speaker sounds great and achieves good volume.
- Bare bones android, the dream.
- Comprehensive antenna set for travel.
- No usb C connector, uses the more common micro usb.
- Stock camera software is extremely basic, enough for most users but weak for those looking for those great shots.
- Processor can get a little hung up every once and a while but it's barely noticeable.
- Phone feels so nice that putting a case on it just feels bad encouraging you not to protect it and you should always use protection.
- It doesn't make me breakfast.
Feel and buttons: The phone feels extremely high quality, it's the only phone that I really hate having a case on because the aluminum feels so nice. The power and volume buttons are also aluminum and very solid, there have been complaints about them being hard to press, they aren't, they are just stiff enough that you won't easily accidentally press them like all other phones.
Touch screen and fingerprint sensor: The screen felt a little off to me and it doesn't register touch perfectly but it's on par with other flag ship phones I've owned and I am still just getting use to it. The finger print sensor on this phone is amazing, it is covered with durable glass and reads finger prints very well. If you have issues with it re-enter your print, when I did it worked great.
Battery: Holy crap, I've never, ever, had a phone that lasts like this one with the stock battery, my previous phone had an extended battery that more then doubled it's capacity and this phone doesn't drain much faster then it did. Charges reasonably quick and doesn't turn into a fire brick while charging and doing tasks.
Camera: Ok, so my last phone had an amazing manual mode with full shudder speed controls and the works. This one comes with a stock android camera app that is pretty weak for features and merely ok at capturing good shots. Apps like open camera help resolve this but it's a little bit buggy on this phone, especially when trying to control shudder speed. I can't speak a lot to the selfie camera because I don't really use them.
Speaker: How does something this cheap have speakers this good? I don't have an answer, I'm just really happy it does. It's not super loud, it reaches about average volume, but does it with rich sound for a phone.
Software: Stock android, no bloat other then the amazon apps but who isn't using prime? The ads are very easy to ignore and I'll gladly ignore an ad for 50 dollars, I honestly don't even notice them.
Antenna's/Travel: One of the reasons I purchased this phone is because I am spending some time in Europe and it has, by far, the most comprehensive LTE antenna setup for the cost. I searched forever trying to find a phone with the 3,7,20 bands for Europe, I was struggling to find flag ship phones that had it and here it is on a entry level.
Durability: The Youtuber JerryRigEverything said this may be his pick for most durable phone of 2017. I could have guessed that when it arrived. If you look closely at the phone you can see the spacer built between the screen and the outer edge of the phone, creating a bumper to help protect it. A thin rubber case is enough to make this phone very unlikely to be damaged. Even if you fall victim to the the very satisfying feel of this phone without a case you'd have to give it a pretty harsh drop to crack it.
If I think of anything else I'll edit the review later, if you have questions comment on this review and I'll try to address them. Finding the right phone to fit your situation can be tough but I believe this particular phone can fit nicely into most peoples situations.
When I bought this phone it empathized that it came with a 12 month warranty.
I contacted Nokia and I received a reply saying that when this Nokia 6 phone is purchased through Amazon.com and it does not work it should be returned to Nokia within 14 days of receiving your phone.
Nokia do not stand by their so called warranty, I paid $229 of my hard earned money, Nokia needs to tell the truth about what they sell on Amazon.
I advise all who are thinking about buying this phone to think twice before wasting your money, good luck.
The build quality: This phone is machined and built to a much higher standard than any sub $400 phone on the market. It is solid, and feels great in hand, that is of course until I put a case on it. But its initial build quality does give me some confidence that it will handle day to day abuse without much issue.
Performance: I was a bit worried by the processor in this phone and had wished Nokia went with the Snapdragon 625 like their competitor, Motorola. Of course, the Moto 5g also didn't have 4GB of RAM, so it too was a tradeoff. So far though, after having installed my apps and put the phone under my own typical multitasking load, I am impressed by its overall responsiveness. It is not a speed demon by any means, but it doesn't hang or lag in any way that is frustrating. I can seamlessly go from streaming a podcast to surfing the web, watching netflix, mapmyrun, to using Google maps without a single hiccup. Fellow Android users, I'm sure you know when its time for you to reboot your phone because it starts to get laggy: I haven't had to reboot the phone since I got it. I'm not a super power user, but I do multitask on my phone, I just don't run power intensive games--would rather game on my PC or PS4. I think the fact that the phone runs stock Android also plays to the phones' relatively modest processor.
Battery life seems to be very good on this phone. I can get 2 full days of usage if I'm a bit lean on using the screen. Can always get well over a full day with it even if my face is glued to it.
Camera: Its fine for what it is. I use it mostly as a scanner for documents, or for random documentary shots. It is responsive and the image quality is OK. I personally don't really care, as I carry a dedicated camera with me that is significantly better than any smartphone could ever be.
Overall, I think Nokia has a solid hit on their hands. The phone does everything I need it to do without frustrating me with heavy lag or glitches. And it does all this in an attractively designed body and a dirt cheap price tag.
Top reviews from other countries
This Nokia is worthy of the brand name from a hardware perspective. It is very solid (has been dropped from pocket height too many times and is none the worse for wear), has great "feel" in the hand, and the screen seems much more scratch resistant than my previous iPhones - no micro-scratches at all after 4 months of use without a case and no screen protector (the phone only cost $300 - why waste money on a case). Most of all, I find it really great looking. Still after 4 months, when I look at it I think HMD Global did a great job of the design.
The software is almost pure Google Android, and is updated automatically to the latest. This is a good thing, compared to phones that come with poorly coded bloatware. The only Nokia software seems to be the Support app, which can be used to get live chat help from HMD Global. The phone is fast enough for normal daily use, though it does slow down after some time of not being rebooted, and so a restart once a week keeps it running fast as new, which is not great but is not a big deal either. Not sure if that is OS or phone firmware issues.
For me the negatives are the aspects Google brings to the table with the OS. To be clear, it is not ALL negative - the software is mostly fine. However, some very basics (in my mind) have been missed or poorly implemented by Google. For example, there is no separate control for notifications volume. It seems tied to the ring volume. For me phone ring (rare) and notification alerts sound (frequent) are not related at all. This means if you have dozens of apps, you get absurdly loud notification sounds if you have your ringer set to be loud enough to hear when the phone rings outdoors. The only answer is to go into each app one-by-one and turn off notifications, but that doesn't help for the core apps where I do want notifications - they are still too loud. Web forums are filled with such Android sound complaints, but no fix seems to be planned.
Also, things that should be simple are not well executed. Google's own apps such as Keep crash when switching between apps using the multi-task button. As well, the volume management in software is even more wonky, such as when I connect to a bluetooth speaker, the volume used for that device affects the overall volume of the phone even when not connected to the speaker any longer (speaker off) - example: after playing the speaker loudly, the minimum possible volume on the phone for music is very loud and has fewer "steps" between volume levels - i.e. the first "step" after zero (no volume) is already very loud.
There are several simple things in software that are surprisingly bad for an OS in version 8.1. The notifications volume control issue should've been a version 1 or 2 feature.
I would give the phone hardware a 5 star rating. The hardware quality for the price is really well done. The purchased device drops to 3 stars due to software issues that should've been corrected years ago.
Apple is very smart not to license iOS. If iOS could run on this great $300 Nokia hardware, Apple's hardware division would be in trouble.