Nokia launches first Android smartphone Nokia 6 - Mobile

Nokia launches first Android smartphone Nokia 6

09 January 2017 – Once the Empire of all cell phones, Nokia has sold their hand set division and its assets to Microsoft back in 2014 after its Market value has gone so poor. Rival competitor has gained the market and Nokia’s adaptation of new operating system specially windows Os could not sustained the market. Now once again Nokia has launched new handset with one of the highly used operating system for mobile technology Android named Nokia 6.

HMD Global, the Finnish company that owns the rights to use Nokia’s brand on mobile phones, announced its first smartphone, targeted for Chinese users with a price of 1,699 yuan.

The launch marks the first new smartphone carrying the iconic handset name since 2014 when Nokia Oyj chose to sell its entire handset unit to Microsoft. The new device, Nokia 6, runs on Google’s Android platform and is manufactured by Foxconn. It will be sold exclusively in China through online retailer JD.com, HMD said.
“The decision by HMD to launch its first Android smartphone into China is a reflection of the desire to meet the real world needs of consumers in different markets around the world. it is a strategically important market,” HMD said in a statement.

Key Specification of the new Nokia 6:

Network: LTE smartphone that runs Nougat

Display: 5.5-inch HD screen

Camera: 16MP rear and 8MB front cameras

Processor: Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 430 processor

Memory: 4GB of RAM

Data Storage Capacity:  64GB of storage

Battery: 3000 mAh

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Nokia was once the world’s dominant cellphone maker but missed the shift to smartphones, and then chose Microsoft’s Windows operating system for its “Lumia” range. After the 2014 deal, Microsoft continued selling cheaper basic phones under Nokia’s name and Lumia smartphones under its own name, but last year, it largely abandoned both businesses.

HMD in December took over the Nokia feature phones business and struck a licensing deal that gave it sole use of the Nokia brand on all phones and tablets for the next decade. It will pay Nokia royalties for the brand and patents, but Nokia has no direct investment in HMD. Nokia Oyj is currently focused on telecom network equipment business and technology patents.

HMD CEO Arto Nummela, who was once responsible for Nokia’s sales and product development, told Reuters last month that HMD aims to be one of the key competitive players in the smartphone business where it faces tough competition from Apple, Samsung and dozens of other players.

HMD launched some new Nokia basic phones last month. It said on Sunday it was looking to launch more new products in the first half of the year.

Will 2017 once again make a change to the mindset of people using smartphones? or it is only a small chance that Nokia is taking/

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