A Version of The 6 Nokia Receives The Certificate Bluetooth and Points to an International Launch

The return of Nokia was one of the most anticipated events of 2017, what they did not expect was to see the first device as soon. 6-Nokia was announced by surprise just a few days and with it begins a new era for the legendary brand of phones, which now is in the hands of the Android platform. However, the joy was short-lived when we learned that Nokia 6 will be released only in China, but this could change soon.

Rumors pointed to that Nokia 6, reached the international market soon and already there are signs that support this theory. A new variant of the Nokia 6 has been certified Bluetooth and it could be announced globally in Mobile World Congress at the end of February.

First Chinese, then the rest?

Although the arrival of the Nokia 6 to the international market has not been confirmed by HMD, the company responsible for manufacturing the equipment brand Nokia, register a new Bluetooth unknown version of the Nokia 6 It could point in that direction.

The original 6 Nokia responds to TA-1000 product code, but the Bluetooth Registry shows a second variant code TA-1003. Bearing in mind that the device was announced in a single version (there are no variant Dual SIM or with less memory), could be the rumored international version of the device.

No expected changes between the two models, so it the same characteristics will be maintained announced a few days ago. Nokia 6 bets for a configuration with elements such as the 5.5 inch FullHD display or their 16 and 8 megapixel cameras.

Is on the processor, a Snapdragon 430, where Nokia 6 makes it clear that it is a terminal designed for the mid-range, but makes up for it with their 4 GB of RAM and a 64 GB Fund. Is it has not given up the design, betting on a unibody aluminium chassis series 6000 and could certainly not miss the reader of fingerprints on the front.

6-Nokia is put on sale today in China, where It will cost around 230 euros at the current Exchange. Hope to get to know the price in other regions, which as we have seen on numerous occasions, always tends to increase, hopefully not much.