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Nokia X6 16GB Sim Free Mobile Phone - Black

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Even though the battery featured here can not be tagged as large, it is ideal for a mid range smartphone. Going for the statutory ’till the end of the day usage’ is very much feasible depending on how intensive it is. That aside, the Nokia X6 also has the 19:9 aspect ratio with way slimmer bezels which means there’s a considerably high screen to body ratio. Both of the dual cameras are arranged towards the middle with both the flash and fingerprint reader below it. Rear Camera Features: Phase detection autofocus, dual-LED dual-tone flash, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, HDR Nokia's return to the smartphone market with Android hasn't exactly set the sales charts on fire, but the company has steadily been making progress, with a constant stream of new and relevant devices. The latest one we have today is the Nokia 6.1 Plus, an entrant in the ever-popular mid-range segment.

It’s rare to find a Nokia phone that doesn’t have good call quality and thankfully the X6 doesn’t let the side down here. In fact, it has pretty much all the connectivity bases covered. It supports HSDPA for fast web access on the go and also has Wi-Fi for use at home or in hotspots. Naturally, Bluetooth is also present and the onboard GPS worked without any problems with the preloaded Nokia Maps software. Battery life was good too, as we got around two and a half day’s use out of it under fairly normal usage conditions. Tool requirements: Microsoft Windows 7 or later having Microsoft .Net Framework version 4.7.2 or higher. Not supported on Linux or Mac. You can not but admire the shiny chassis of the Nokia X6 with its nice glass finish enveloping the metallic frame. Moreso, there is the obvious notch on the top of the display which is smaller to what the iPhone X has.

To avoid misuse and limit usage, we are using an OTP system for the tool. You can generate an OTP from the following link: Yes, we are talking about the notch design. Love it or hate it, the notch seems to be the trend for 2018 and Nokia is fully onboard. However, unlike others, Nokia has chosen to do this with its mid-range offering, which makes it one of the few in this segment to sport this design. Nokia 6.1 Plus specs The Nokia X, X+ X2 and XLwere also a mid-range family of phones that launched in 2014 during Microsoft's disastrous stewardship of Nokia's mobile phones division(then called Microsoft Mobile). Unlike other previous Nokia handsets at the time, these phones used a version of Android rather than Windows Phone. Right from the moment you take the Nokia X6 out of the box, you will realize that it doesn’t have a lot of similarities to the previous Nokia 6.1 but brings along aesthetics that holds its own. Yes, I’m talking about the notch in the front, the stunning glass-body, and the lightweight construction of the device that help it stand out from other phones at its price point. Let us take a closer look at each of these aspects. LATEST EXPERIENCE AFTER ALL THE RESET AND OTHER PROCESS. AFTER USING CAMERA FOR MORE THAN 5-7 MIN THE PHONE IS GETTING HEATED !

HMD has been keen to resurrect older Nokia names, more so since the success of the Nokia 3310 last year. The Nokia X6 name was originally seen in 2009, a Symbian-based handset that typified Nokia's woesin the face of growing competition from Android and iOS. Even though it shares most of its name with the Nokia 6.1, don't let that fool you into thinking the 6.1 Plus is some sort of larger version of that. This is very much a different phone altogether, one that feels much more modern than the 6.1 even though it's only a few months newer.

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HMD Global may have adopted a tried and tested route with the Nokia X6, but it has already generated a ton of hype and why wouldn’t it when it has a lot of things working in its favor. The Nokia X6 is a complete budget device, with a premium design and top-notch performance, only if you’re not an avid mobile photographer. Then, the Nokia X6 may fall short of your expectations but I expect the company to improve the quality via upcoming updates. So, does the latest Nokia phone meet your expectations? Let us know in the comments down below. Also, I love that HMD Global decided to opt for the USB Type-C charging port on the Nokia X6 rather than the microUSB port, which most budget phone makers (ahem, Xiaomi) use to cut costs. A simple silicone case would have been nice, but you'll have to get that separately, along with a pair of earphones. The charger also does not support fast charging, even though the phone does. Allowed regions: Worldwide, except China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. 3.Reb oot the phone into bootloader (fastboot) mode:

Another source of irritation is the way icons and options respond to touch input – some respond to a single tap, while others require a double tap – a bit of consistency wouldn’t have gone amiss here. The X6 can also be slow to switch the screen from portrait to landscape mode when you turn it on its side. It also blanks the screen while doing this which is a bit disconcerting. In fact sluggishness is an issue that creeps in often enough to become annoying. Instead, HMD Global has fallen into the pattern like every other phone maker and adopted the infamous ‘notch’ trend. The Nokia 6.1 Plus, the global variant of the hotly anticipated Nokia X6 ( Rs 16,130 on Banggood), is gunning for mass adoption, coupled with a premium aesthetic, modest specs, and an attractive price point. I have been using the Nokia X6 as my daily driver for a couple of weeks now and here’s my experience with the device:There's a dual-lens rear camera with 16 and 5-megapixel sensors, while a 16-megapixel camera will adorn the front. All the cameras have f/2.0 apertures. Once again there's Nokia's split 'bothie' mode plus various other AI-powered image enhancements for colour balance and so on. After spending almost a week with the Nokia X6, I can firmly say that the overall calling experience of this device is top-notch. The earpiece gets adequately loud and you can hear everyone without any network issues. The Nokia X6 is known to support dual-SIMs with dual-4G standby, thus, allowing me to use my Airtel 4G and Reliance Jio SIM card for calling and data purposes simultaneously. Some rumours point towards the Nokia X processor as a Mediatek Helio P60 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. A second version will likely incorporate a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage - this latter version is probably what we'll get in the UK. A 32GB version is also likely. Viewing on the smartphone is on a crisp LCD screen with a fairly large size too. It appears quite colourful with vibrant images with nice contrast suitable for watching movies as well as general viewing. Armed with 2280 X 1080 pixels stretched over a 5.8-inch screen, you are sure to have a finer detailed view on your device. Battery and Camera With most devices, the edge detection is generally off the mark, and the blurring is either too much or too less. However, with the Nokia X6, I found that the edge-detection is mostly right but the blurring is highly unstable from the rear camera. The same carries forward in the portrait mode on the front camera as well, so while the Nokia X6 “CAN” capture great bokeh images, chances are, you’d be tempted to take a couple more to ensure that you get the perfect shot.

Nokia 6.1, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 7, Nokia 7.1, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 8, Nokia 8 Sirocco [ Free] – Follow the current guide Starting off, I know you would have already noticed the notch at the top of the screen. It’s 2018 people and there’s no point running away from the notch that surely has become the norm for Android phones. I’ve come to terms with this ongoing trend and did not mind the small notch, holding the earpiece, front camera, and sensors on the Nokia X6. The Nokia X is expected to have a 5.8-inch 2,280 x 1,080 19:9 display, with a dual 12 and 16 megapixel rear camera system and rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The leaked images show no Zeiss branding next to the camera lens - this is unusual as Zeiss has been a long-termpartner for Nokia devices through time. In the world of Nokia it's all about evolution, rather than revolution. So don't expect the specs on the X6 to blow your mind. The handset is the next step for the market leader scrambling to make up for a late start in touch- screens. To be honest, the Symbian S60 touch edition has been struggling to catch up with the standard setters in terms of user experience. And the X6 claims to have the answer: the responsiveness only a capacitive screen can bring. As for the speakers on the Nokia X6, there’s only one speaker at the bottom of the device – right next to the USB Type-C charging port. This is not the most ideal position for the speaker as it is easy to muffle when you’re lying down in bed or playing games in landscape mode. It seems that Google Pixels or Razer Phones are the only few devices left with front-facing stereo speakers, otherwise, we have to make do with such mono speakers.

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Yes, you have a notch at the very top and it’s still hard to ignore for some but I have come to terms with the ongoing trend and I’m now more inclined to use a phone with the notch rather than without one. The Nokia X6′ screen gets quite bright indoors, as well as outdoors. I was able to view all the contents on my screen under direct sunlight as well, making it a well-rounded display for the price. This simply means you can get your phone juiced up from 10% to 60% in around 35 minutes. Yes, just plug in the device and it will rapidly give you the required charge in a short period of time instead of taking its merry time to fill up the battery. The Nokia X6 is also the first XpressMusic handset to head straight for the high-end. Midrange is the highest the music Finns have gone so we are interested to see how this change of approach works. Nokia have always had a strong appeal to the masses, but pleasing the selected few is undoubtedly harder. Key features: On paper, there is a lot to like here. Let's see what's it like in practice. Unboxing the Nokia 6.1 Plus

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