Nokia is all set to announce the debut of its first Android smartphone 'Nokia 6' at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017), according to the company's recent Facebook post. Contrary to earlier rumours, it is now ascertained that the troubled handset maker will be unveiling a global variant at the MWC, following its recent announcement of the Chinese variant along with the promotional launch video.
Nokia fans are in for a double delight as their favourite handset maker will debut its first Android Nougat smartphone at the MWC, marking a grand comeback from its brief stint with Windows Phone project in partnership with Microsoft.
Nokia 6 was recently spotted at Bluetooth SIG as model number 'TA-3000' which is touted to be the international variant, while the TA-1000 has been identified as the Chinese variant. Consequently, an impending global variant of Nokia 6 is almost confirmed for a February release.
The Android phone is priced around 1699 Yuan or $245 for the Chinese model, which gives us a rough idea about the launch price for the upcoming global variant of the handset. Besides, it would be an enticing prospect to try out the latest custom ROMs on the Nokia phone, once it's released.
[Source: Nokia Facebook]