Nokia 6 review: It runs Android, has a lovely machined metal design and feels like it’s been designed by people who know what they’re doing

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The front of the Nokia 6.1 is dominated by its 5.5-inch LCD display, with a 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution. The screen is just bright enough to mostly see outdoors, but colors don’t pop or feel vibrant. We didn’t have any major qualms about it, and we think most people will be satisfied with the screen — especially considering its price. We did experience a bug during our testing where an accessibility feature automatically turned on, causing the screen’s colors to look muted. It was an easy fix, but it’s worth noting.

Looks are only a small part of the equation. You want a budget phone to still run all your favorite apps and games at a smooth pace. We had lots of performance issues with last year’s Nokia 6, but thankfully Nokia took note and upped the processor from the Snapdragon 430 to the Snapdragon 630.

There’s also a little more RAM than last year’s Nokia 6 — 3GB to be exact — which should help with juggling multiple tasks. We would have liked to see 4GB here, considering it’s what the $200 Honor 7X packs. There’s also only 32GB of onboard storage — a 64GB option in the U.S. would have been nice — but at least you’ll find a MicroSD card slot that lets you add up to 128GB of space.

Anyone who’s ever had the misfortune of using a smartphone with a wonky Android skin or theme knows how much it can ruin the overall experience. You won’t have that problem with the Nokia 6.1. It’s a part of the Android One program, which means that smartphone manufacturers get to ship the phones with stock Android. It’s the purest version of Android with no bloatware, and no sluggish skin overlaid on top.

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