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Sometimes, you don’t just have or know the right word to use when a particular event occurs. This is exactly the case with what I am about to tell you and sincerely, I am really short of words.

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Recall that a few weeks ago, longtime phone market leaders, Nokia launched the Nokia 6 android smartphone which marked their entry into the smartphone industry. Many must have thought they have no place in this leading industry, but I think Nokia has shown that they are very ready for the battle ahead and are also willing to replicate their leader prowess just like the days of old.

Like you must have read on the topic, the Nokia 6 android device which is only available in China for now, have been sold out in just a minute. Yes, you heard right – just one minute. I don’t think such a feat has been achieved before now.

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According to the Chinese website Anzhuo.cn, reports has it that the device went on sale at 10:06 am and was declared sold out at 10:07 am. No words on the exact number of units sold, but it received over a million registrations.

Talking about the specifications, the Nokia 6 sports a 5.5-inch display with 1080 pixels resolution. You get a Snapdragon 430 chipset, which is backed by a 4GB of RAM. There is 64GB of storage onboard with the option of expanding it further via microSD, a 16MP rear sensor with a single LED along with an 8MP front-facing camera. Finally, you get a 3,000mAh battery and an Android Nougat OS.

You can read more on the specifications of the Nokia 6 below…

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Now, talking about the specs and its relativeness to the price, the Nokia 6 goes for an equivalent of $247 (About N98,800). I do see this as a fair price but the only feature that might sound a bit disappointing is the battery capacity. It seems too low for a smartphone of such caliber.

But presently people, it is seeming like Nokia would soon start competing with the likes of Apple and Samsung. I see it.