Nokia 6 Camera, Performance Reviewed: Why should you buy?
Nokia 6 Camera, Performance Reviewed: Why should you buy? Let’s get on with the Nokia 6 review, its much hyped since HMD Global made it official last year that it’ll bring back the most loved smartphone brand in India.
It features a Unibody metal design with 2.5 D curved glass to the front and the matt finish on the back. The chamfered edges give it a premium look. It’s quite sleek at 170 grams and 8.5 mm thickness.
The chipset is the entry-level Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 that 8 Cortex processors are running at 1.4 GHz each, coupled with Adreno 505 GPU. It has a 4 GB RAM, 64 GB onboard storage The battery capacity is 3000 mAH.
Nokia 6 Camera Review
The Rear Camera is a 16 MP lens which delivers sufficient detail and sharp images, the colors are natural. The aperture is f 2.0 which translates to a better depth of field with average dynamic range.
The highlight of this camera lens is the HDR, the HDR mode helps preserve the details, highlights and delivers a lot better detail in snaps.
Low light – It just doesn’t perform in the low-light. The noise level just spreads in the images, and the picture quality suffers.
The Auto-Focus transition works quite well when you shift the focus to different objects; it tends to detect the object seamlessly without having to tap-to-detect manually.
Front Facing Camera – It also comes with f 2.0 aperture. The front camera has an acceptable level of detail, beautiful natural colors.
Video – It can capture 1080 pixel 30 frames per second video capture. The video is ok with good features, beautiful natural colors, the lack of OIS is a bummer.
Nokia 6 is surely a capable smartphone and delivers sharp focus in the outdoor natural light. The colors are natural and do not make the images appear retouched; it also carried good enough detail. The selfie camera has a useful 84 degrees view which is pleasantly wide and will allow you to capture a wide frame with more objects inside the frame. With a somewhat larger pixel size of .12 microns, the selfies are detailed enough, but not excessively so.
Our experience shows that the Snapdragon 430 will fit in perfectly with the budget smartphone features although slightly expensive compared to the competitors, the extra price may be justified by the reliability and build quality that Nokia offers along with being a customer favorite brand. It’s not for the power hungary users who would otherwise choose to go for the alternate options that offer Snapdragon 820 (Lenovo Zuk2) in raw performance. The potential owners of the Nokia 6 should definitely tone down their expectations in terms of the performance, but the experience it carries with the budget features would be happy to own it.
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Nokia 6 Specifications
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