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Nokia 6 prices in Singapore

With the introduction of the Nokia 6 smartphone, Nokia plans to reestablish their mark in the smartphone industry. Offering premium design, solid specifications at an affordable price range, the Nokia 6 Singapore could probably regain Singaporeans loyalty in the brand. Read on to find out more about Nokia 6 Singapore.

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Lowest Price: S$ 336.10
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CountryPrice
Hong Kong HKD 1,952
Indonesia IDR 742,000
Malaysia MYR 899
Philippines PHP 11,990
Singapore SGD 336
Thailand THB 6,990
Vietnam VND 4,300,000

Nokia 6 Singapore – Comeback is Real

If you had a smartphone at the turn of the millennium, chances are it was a Nokia phone. Formerly an undisputed champion when it comes to mobile phones, the smartphone revolution has been a nightmare for Nokia, being unable to keep up with their competitors. Fortunately, Nokia is bouncing back with the introduction of the Nokia 6 smartphone. The Nokia 6 leads Nokia’s new Android phone family, featuring an impressive set of specifications despite its budget price tag.

Premium Design at an Affordable Price with Nokia 6 Singapore

Many smartphones at an affordable price can look cheap, but the same cannot be said for the Nokia 6 Singapore. Measuring at 154mm x 75.8mm x 7.85mm, it sports the slimness that is a common trait amongst most smartphones today. The device is crafted from a single block of aluminum, giving the phone a shiny and polished finish that makes it look much more premium than what its price suggests.

Impressive Full-HD Display Quality

The Nokia 6 Singapore smartphone features a vibrant 5.5-inch IPS LCD screen that has a 1920 x 1080p resolution. This Full-HD capacity screen has a pixel density of 401ppi, meaning that the colours on the screen are well-saturated and offering users with a substantial amount of deep blacks and balanced whites. The ability to provide rich colours makes gaming and video playback on the device an enjoyable experience for its users. Moreover, the bright and clear display panels also translate to good sunlight legibility.

Nokia 6 Singapore – Delivering Smooth Performance Backed by Android

Good news for Android purists! Nokia has decided to adopt the Android 7.0 Nougat for the Nokia 6 Singapore. The decision to stick with the stock Android interface means that there is an absence of clunky overlay and pre-installed bloatware, which users will appreciate. The interface makes the phone very user-friendly, as it is easy to navigate and basic tasks are performed smoothly. Furthermore, a Snapdragon 430 processor with 3GB of RAM is thrown into the mix to add more power to the device – more than enough to support the camera and general usage. If the 32GB built-in memory is insufficient (which is highly unlikely for many), the Nokia 6 Singapore also supports up to 128GB extra memory for you to store all your favourite media.

Nokia 6 Expert Reviews

techpp.com
Reviewed on 2017-09-26
Excellent Looks and Build, Faster OS update promise, Nokia Brand nameLaggy performance, Average camera, Pricing on higher side
Nokia made a comeback in the smartphone world with a not-so-smart Nokia 3310. The company played the nostalgic card really well and did manage to get a lot of eyes on it. But now that the stunt is over, the company has launched a few “real” smartphones i...
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bgr.in
Reviewed on 2017-09-08
The wide acceptance of Android OS meant bad times for the once-loved Nokia brand name, and the company soon lost its market share thanks to its choice of Windows Phone for the operating system. But Nokia has made a much-publicized return to the market und...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2017-09-07
Decent design, Promises monthly updates and timely OS updateSlow performance, Poor camera, Average battery life
When HMD Global announced Nokia's return, we all thought the company would reignite the spark in the smartphone market. We were thinking about phones like the Nokia 7610, Nokia 9300 and other epic devices from the company. I was secretly hoping HMD would...
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businesstoday.intoday.in
Reviewed on 2017-08-31
Hardware, Android OSCamera, power
OS & Performance: Smartphone manufacturers have been adding custom UI to their Android smartphones which brings onboard a lot of bloatware. But HMD has adopted pure Android experience for the Nokia phones. There is an app tray that can be accessed by slid...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2017-08-26
high-quality case, many LTE bands, dual-SIM slot, Android 7.1, fingerprint sensor, good 16-MP camera, bright Full HD display, long battery life, low heat developmentno USB Type-C connection, USB-2.0 speed only, display has a blue tint, not all games run smoothly
News from Finnland. With the Nokia 6, Nokia sends its current smartphone top model into the race. The 5.5-inch Android smartphone is better equipped than its entry-level colleagues, the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5, and therefore runs in the mid-range. Our test sh...
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gadgets.ndtv.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-23
Good, Good build quality, Stock Android, Great speakersHeats up with heavy use, Sub-par camera performance, Slow charging, No notification LED, Slightly overpriced
The Nokia 6 was the first Nokia-branded Android smartphone unveiled by HMD Global, the new custodians of the iconic Nokia brand, at the beginning of this year. It was initially unveiled in China, and was exclusive there for a few months before being mad...
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phonescoop.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-22
The Nokia 6 is an elegant slab that represents a tentative first step in Nokia's long road to rebirth. It is an unlocked, inexpensive Android smartphone that might be a good option for travelers or those pining for the days when Nokia was the cellphone ki...
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talkandroid.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-21
The Nokia 6 is the first Nokia phone we've seen in several years. It also marks the first smartphone that's technically from HMD Global, who has taken the reigns for producing Nokia devices.Most importantly, the Nokia 6 is the first in a new line of Andro...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-18
Build quality and design, great speaker sound quality, large display, fingerprint scannerPrice is higher than competition, battery life isn't great, slightly sluggish performance, display calibration is a little on the yellow side, no fast-charging, auto HDR doesn't really cut it and low-light camera performance weak
Nokia's leap into Android smartphones has been very much dominated by design. It seems to be the focus of the new HMD Global-led Nokia brand, with strong design running through the Nokia 3 right up to the new Nokia 8. The Nokia 6 was the top-tier phone o...
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Allaboutsymbian.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-16
What's this? A review of a smartphone that doesn't run Symbian on AAS? And that doesn't run Windows 10 Mobile on AAWP? Actually yes - it's my first look at the new Nokia 6, running Android. And it's here because it's the return of the classic Nokia brand...
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allaboutwindowsphone.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-16
Still, for sat-nav, podcast and speakerphone use, the speaker combination is absolutely fine and pretty loud. Also on the audio front is a FM radio aerial built-in, not something you get on every phone nowadays, and indicating the Nokia 6's potential mark...
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gsmarena.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-15
We're back at checking out one of the most hyped phones this year - the Nokia 6. This time around though, it's repackaged for worldwide action and, hopefully, not a déjà vu all over again. We'll obviously revisit the old review of the China-bound varian...
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ausdroid.net
Reviewed on 2017-08-14
The Nokia 6 is a ripping device. It's not going to empty your wallet, you'll get reliable performance from it, the battery life is outstanding and if that's not enough it's running stock Android. If you're a really heavy user who needs the grunt, then per...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-12
Premium design at affordable price, Fingerprint scanner adds security, Solid camera great for social snapsDisappointingly slow to charge, Not the most comfortable in hand, Battery life gives a day at best
Nokia phones have returned. The once-iconic phone brand is back in business thanks to Finnish startup HMD signing a 10-year licensing deal to stick the Nokia name on smartphones and tablets, and the Nokia 6 is the main attraction in its trio of launch dev...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-08-12
The Nokia 6's slick metal jacket looks great, givin this affordable phone the lustre of a more premium handsetThe underpowered processor makes the phone sometimes frustrating to use
Of the three phones Nokia launched earlier this year (The Nokia 3, 5 and 6), the Nokia 6 is the star. But at only £220 (or $180 in the US, with Amazon's ads appearing on the lockscreen), it's still affordable.It uses premium metals to look slick and premi...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-11
Good screen, Clean version of Android, Decent battery lifeCan get very slow, Poor camera, Odd design
Sitting atop the initial batch of Nokia phones made by HMD – the company now responsible for producing smartphones using the famous Finnish brand name – the Nokia 6 should be the most enticing of the bunch. It's an affordable device; with a big Full HD sc...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-08-11
The Nokia 6's slick metal jacket looks great, givin this affordable phone the lustre of a more premium handsetThe underpowered processor makes the phone sometimes frustrating to use
Of the three phones Nokia launched earlier this year (The Nokia 3, 5 and 6), the Nokia 6 is the star. But at only £220 (or $180 in the US, with Amazon's ads appearing on the lockscreen), it's still affordable.It uses premium metals to look slick and prem...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-11
The Nokia 6's slick metal jacket looks great, givin this affordable phone the lustre of a more premium handsetThe underpowered processor makes the phone sometimes frustrating to use
Of the three phones Nokia launched earlier this year (The Nokia 3, 5 and 6), the Nokia 6 is the star. But at only £220 (or $180 in the US, with Amazon's ads appearing on the lockscreen), it's still affordable.It uses premium metals to look slick and premi...
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techguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-08-10
Nice design, pure Android operating system, impressive camera, Dolby Atmos audio, affordableNo USB-C connectivity, slow to show preview of image in the camera
There aren't many brands which people remember fondly. Nokia is one of them because it was many people's first mobile phone. Now Nokia is making a comeback of sorts with the new Nokia 6 that is finally running Android.One wonders what Nokia's fate would h...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2017-08-09
Decent screen size matched by picture quality, Well-built, feels suitably premium, Stock Android is a joy to useJust not enough CPU oomph, Faffy fingerprint reader, Feels overly chunky, Camera struggles in tricky lighting
You can't keep a good dog down - and apparently the same applies to phone companies.Nokia announced its resurrection earlier this year with a modernised 3310, but budget burnerphones will only get you so far. Now it's time to talk business. With HMD Glob...
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