The very first Nokia Android smart device from the brand's new owner has actually ultimately shown up, but bad news for folks who wish to try it out: the phone will only be offered in China's market for now.

Finnish firm HMD Global, which got the legal rights to release Nokia-branded gadgets after Microsoft that decided to drop Nokia, started by releasing stupid phones in 2016. 


The Nokia 6, is a legitimate LTE mobile phone that runs Nougat from package. It has a 5.5-inch HD display, 16MP rear as well as 8MB front cameras, is geared up with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 430 processor and also packs 4GB of RAM and  64GB of storage space.

In HMD's statement, it exposed that it decided to introduce Nokia 6 in China, given that it's a "tactically essential market" with numerous users.

" The decision by HMD to launch its initial Android smartphone into China is a reflection of the wish to fulfill the genuine world needs of customers in various markets around the world. With over 552 million smartphone customers in China in 2016, a figure that is forecasted to expand to greater than 593 million users by 2017, it is a tactically essential market where premium design and also top quality is extremely valued by customers."


The business does not have an exact launch date yet, but it will begin offering Nokia 6 early this year for 1,699 Chinese yuan ($246) on JD.com.

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