Nokia, the brand that speaks for itself has launched a total of 4 smartphones after their comeback into the business. The Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 are already available in the country and the Nokia 8 is on the way.
If you own a Nokia smartphone or planning to buy one, here is news that makes you go nuts about the Nokia brand. According to the latest tweet from the Juho Sarvikas, all Android devices launched under HDM Global will be upgraded to Android Oreo. However, there is no mention of specific time frame, which is a bothering note.
It looks like Nokia is keeping up with its promise (at the time of the launch they promised to upgrade the entire portfolio to the Oreo). Here are the brief tech specifications of all three Nokia smartphones available in India.
Nokia 3: The device is the most affordable of the lot. Nokia 3 offers 5-inch 720 IPS LCD display, powered by MTK SoC paired with 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM and 16 GB onboard flash storage. The device offers 8 MP front-facing and 8 MP rear-facing camera with auto focus technology on both sensors with 720p video recording capability. 2630 mAh battery does last for an entire working day without any troubles.
Nokia 5: Nokia 5 offers a similar 720p display with slightly larger 5.2-inch screen size. The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 Octa-core SoC with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB onboard flash storage. In terms of camera, the device offers 13 MP main camera with 1080p video recording capability and an 8 MP selfie shooter with 720p video recording capability.
Nokia 6: Nokia 6 offers 1080p IPS LCD panel with 2.5D curved Corning Gorilla Glass. The device is powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 Octa-core SoC with 3 GB LPDDR3 RAM and 32 GB onboard storage with a dedicated SD card slot (up to 256 GB). In terms of camera, the device offers 16 MP rear-facing camera with 1080p video recording capability and a similar 8 MP selfie camera (remains the same throughout the portfolio). The device does offer finger print reader, larger 3000 mAh battery and latest Android operating system.
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