Nokia 6 Jumps On The 7.1.1 Nougat Bandwagon!

Isaac Cain
April 18, 2017

The update is the first for the HMD Global-made handset and is being pushed out as an over-the-air update. Nokia 6 users will now have access to all of these.

Arriving with the build 00CN_3_170, the update is 369MB in size and brings along a bunch of new features to the smartphone.

Nokia 8 would come with Android Nougat pre-installed. However, before you install the OTA update, you must ensure that your Nokia 6 battery is sufficiently charged. That means it is probably a good idea for you to download the update only over a Wi-Fi network and not the cellular data network.

Not only does it upgrade the phone's OS to Android 7.1.1, but also adds support for 4G/3G dual sim dual standby.

In a previous report, Nokia Power User claimed Nokia 9 would feature the OZO audio technology. Also, the software update offers a new version of the preload application.

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The update comes with Google's April security patch fixes. Globally, the price of the Nokia 6 is Euros 229 and the ARTE edition carries a tag of Euros 299.

The Nokia 6 is now available in China and some select countries. All of these models are rumored to see a worldwide launch by the end of the second quarter of 2017. It also sports a 2.5D curved glass display along with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.

HMD Global has shared that the global variant of the Nokia 6 will be released this spring, which includes the United States.

So far we had seen concepts of Nokia 9 that did not have much to do in design with the line adopted by the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 presented at MWC 2017 in Barcelona. Nokia 6 will have a 5.5-inch full HD display with 1920*1080 pixels resolution. The Nokia 6 has been crafted from aluminum and houses a Snapdragon 430 processor. Speaking of storage capacity, it has 4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal memory, besides having the option of an expandable memory of up to 128GB through microSD. The Nokia 8 will also use Carl Zeiss lenses for its cameras, according to a recent leak.

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