HMD is launching a second generation of the Nokia 6. Compared to the old Nokia 6, a lot has changed. There’s a bigger-than-you’d-expect spec boost and a more modern design. The good things are still the same, though—it’s still made of metal, and it still costs about $230.
First, the specs: the Nokia 6 has been upgraded to a full tier higher in Qualcomm’s SoC lineup—the 2017 version has a low-end Snapdragon 430, while this 2018 version ships with a more mid-range Snapdragon 630. For the same price, that’s a great upgrade. You also get one more gigabyte of RAM in the base version, which is now up to 4GB. The new Nokia 6 is also upgrading from micro USB to the newer, reversible USB-C standard.
Source:: Arstechnica – Gadgets