Nokia 6 global variant to launch on February 26 at MWC

Nokia is supposedly set to announce new Android phones on February 26th, at MWC, according to their Facebook post. We’ve heard rumors about Nokia D1C (Nokia E1 is Nokia 6, FYI), so probably this is what Nokia is looking to make official at MWC.

Recently the Nokia 6 — company’s flagship for 2017, it can be said — was launched in China, so we may see the international variant of the device get an announcement at MWC. After all, we’ve already seen at Bluetooth SIG as model no. TA-3000, against China variant’s TA-1000, which means its release is coming soon.

Nokia 6 is priced in China at 1699 yuan, which comes to around $245. With the specs Nokia 6 packs inside its metal body, the asking price seems quite good.

Do you plan to buy Nokia 6? Would you withhold your next Android phone buy until Nokia 6 becomes available in your country, and more reviews are out?

And we’re already trilled with the option of running a custom ROM like Lineage OS on a Nokia device in the N6. What about you?

Source: Nokia Facebook | Via: The Verge

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