We saw a leaked breakdown of the upcoming second-generation Nokia 6 just yesterday, and that report turned out to be pretty accurate. In other words, the Nokia 6 (2018) won't be a huge upgrade from the existing Nokia 6, so users should not expect major changes.
Talking about the hardware, the Nokia 3310 is tipped to come with a dual-core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz.
The second generation of the Nokia 6 has been revealed, featuring a better processor, USB-C (instead of Micro USB), and more RAM at 4GB (up from 3GB). Nokia 6 (2018) ships with an improved processor, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and "Boathie" mode for camera, a feature first seen on Nokia 8.
This led some to bemoan the phone because it runs Google's Android 7.0 Nougat software - which launched back in 2016 - rather than the recently released Android 8.0 Oreo. The company is also using the same bold colour scheme around the camera module and the fingerprint scanner. This is a stark difference, and while there's definitely a big difference in power and features when compared to a high-end phone, the Nokia 6 2018 is still a capable little device that will suit the needs of the majority of users. The front of the device boasts a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS LCD display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 and an aspect ratio of 16:9. Similarly, an 8MP front camera is available with a wide-angle lens. The smartphone is listed on the company's official China website with all the details on its price, specifications and availability.
The design has also been tweaked, with the fingerprint scanner moving to the back, navigation buttons being moved on-screen. The smartphone supports fast charging with a battery of 3000mAh. The processor upgrade alone will make a huge difference in the power and fluidity of the phone, making it more than worth a buy if you're now rocking the 2017 model.
China's Suning already begun to accept the pre-orders regarding the Nokia 6 (2018).