• Nokia 6 Expected to be Launched Next Year
  • Believed to be the same Nokia TA-1054 that was leaked recently
  • Might have a 5.5-inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio

All eyes have turned towards HMD Global as it might be unveiling its latest flagship device Nokia 6 in 2018. This is rumored to be the same model Nokia TA-1054, which was leaked a few months back. At that time it was rumored to be Nokia 9, but now the tide of speculation has turned towards Nokia 6. As of now nothing could be said with a confirmation, but one thing is certain that this device must have cleared the TENAA certification in China.

The NokiaPowerUser report claims that the certification database has not disclosed anything related to the specifications of the device. Neither images nor any other features of Nokia 6 has been revealed, but definitely it will be a Dual SIM variant.

Nokia 6

According to the past rumors related to Nokia 6, the device was to be rolled out with Nokia 9 in the first month of next year. Strikingly, now nothing is expected of Nokia 9 and all the buzz is related to Nokia 6, the second generation device from Nokia. Carrying forward the design language of Nokia 7, this device will also be donning reduced bezels. The display could be expected to be of 5.5-inch with 18:9 aspect ratio with a dual rear camera setup.

There is one more rumor floating in the smartphone market that the device might no more embrace touch buttons for the on-screen keys and can have 4GB of RAM with 32GB of internal storage space. The smartphone is expected to run on a Snapdragon 630 processor with a full-screen design. The device might also carry a fingerprint sensor at the back and might have a dual sight like the Nokia 8.

Only time can tell how far these reports are true, but for now the users can swallow it with a pinch of salt and expect something good from the company’s end. Undoubtedly, the device will be sturdy and durable build to woo customers and turn the pendulum in favor of the device.


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