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Nokia smartphones receive 3 years of monthly security updates, helping to keep them secure long after they're unboxed. Delivering on this promise means that we rank highest for delivering security updates, putting us ahead of other smartphone brands. Check out the study from Counterpoint to find out more.
It starts with a demanding sculpting process that transforms a single solid block of aluminium into the unibody of a durable smartphone you can take anywhere. The Nokia 6.1 has a strength you can depend on when the going gets tough.
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1Pre-installed system software and apps use a significant part of memory space.
2The new Nokia 6 Dual SIM has a hybrid card slot for either second SIM card or MicroSD card.
3Battery has limited recharge cycles and battery capacity reduces over time. Eventually the battery may need to be replaced.
4Google Photos offers free unlimited, high-quality photos storage; requires Google account and internet connection.
5If delivered with Android Oreo or Android 9 Pie, upgradeable to Android 10. Please note this might consume additional mobile data
All unlocked phones work on carriers that use GSM networks. Popular U.S. carriers that use GSM networks include AT&T, T-Mobile, Cricket, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile and Tracfone. Most foreign carriers also use GSM networks. You will need to use a SIM card from a GSM provider to get service for your unlocked phone. Please consult with your carrier for questions about compatibility with your device.