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Nokia 6.1 Plus with specifications and design revealed

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Nokia 6.1 Plus with specifications and design revealed

Nokia 6.1 Plus is expected to be the next Android smartphone to reach the European market. The European company has been investing heavily in the Asian market and has shown it to be worth it.

Nokia is gaining a good market share in Europe, however, the brand has exceeded expectations in Asia where competition is much more intense.

One of the Finnish company’s most successful smartphones is the Nokia X6. The terminal arrived a few months ago to China and has exhausted whenever it is available. The brand was highly questioned whether the terminal would also reach our shelves and the response was positive.

This “X6” should arrive in Europe under the name “Nokia 6.1 Plus” and has already gone on Geekbench showing some of its specifications.

Nokia 6.1 Plus with Android One expected to arrive in the coming weeks officially

The terminal will be a mid-range with a design not too unknown. The building is expected to be glass and provide us with a notch on the 19: 9 screen.

Information reveals that Nokia 6.1 Plus will arrive in 3 variants. One with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory, another with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM and the last one with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. All of them are required to enter a MicroSD card.

.HMD Global Nokia 6.1 Plus

 

The new smartphone will come with the Qualcomm processor Snapdragon 636 and will feature Android 8.1 Oreo. As usual we will have the Android One version. This means updates on time and hours and a design very similar to the Google Pixel interface.

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Nokia is increasingly capable and promises to continue to surprise. The truth is that I’m more excited about their top-of-the-range products that will arrive later this year than with these terminals. Even so, we must realize that it is in this intermediate segment that Nokia is making a difference.

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