If you’ve seen some the Windows powered Nokia Lumia phones, there is a lot of similarity in the design.
It’s a lot further premium than we’re used to seeing at this price.The screen is a full HD IPS LCD with high contrast and excellent viewing angles.
Remember to hold the phone truly steady because there’s no optical or electronic stabilisation.So if not Nokia, what else?
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note four can’t be missed either and is priced lower (the 3GB/32GB is substantially lower at Rs 10,999).
HMD is relying on the device’s premium build quality and the power of brand Nokia to reel in the customers.
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It marks the first collaboration between Nokia and optical masters Zeiss in Nokia’s new life, and is the company’s first two-lens phone.
The 5.3-inch display sits between the size of the 5.2-inch Nokia five and 5.5-inch Nokia 6, however feels very manageable in the hand.
Nokia has always had a strong eye for colour and scored big successes with handsets that dared not to be black.
Here, there are four shades: matte silver, polished blue, matte blue and polished copper.
Quite why you’d just use the colour sensor isn’t clear, but, hey, it’s nice to have the option.
It is the “premium” Nokia phone, the one in that the company has put its heart and soul.
It is definitely the better looking and better built phone under Rs 15,000.
The OS runs along very smoothly and in day to day to use the Snapdragon 430 plus stock Android combination deliver quite great results.
In fact, the company has endeed confirmed that the entire Nokia Android phone line-up, involving the Nokia 6, will be updated to Android 8.0 Oreo very swiftly.
Also Read: Nokia six quick review: Stellar looks, stock Android and a whole lot of nostalgia
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collected by :Roy Mark