Nokia 6 vs. Nokia 5 vs. Nokia 3 – What are the Differences?

0
192
Nokia 6 vs. Nokia 5 vs. Nokia 3

#Nokia6 #Nokia5 – Nokia 6 vs. Nokia 5 vs. Nokia 3 – What are the Differences? : Microsoft did everything at its disposal to bring Nokia back to its glory days with Windows Phone-based handsets to no avail, but it is HMD Global that has seemingly succeeded in reviving this brand with Android-based handsets.

Earlier this year, the Finnish company confirmed that it will be handling the Nokia brand for the next 10 years and to start with, the company unveiled the Nokia 6.

This phone was first released in China and to many people’s surprise, it sold like nothing the company had seen before.

This gave the tech giant even more hope in its efforts to revive the Nokia brand and it subsequently followed suit with a pair of other Android Nougat phones dubbed Nokia 5 and Nokia 3.

Nokia 6 vs. Nokia 5 vs. Nokia 3 - What are the Differences?
Nokia 6 vs. Nokia 5 vs. Nokia 3 – What are the Differences?

The trio has already been made available in quite a good number of European, Asian and African markets and so far, the response is good.

However, many might be asking themselves the question of which phone is the best or rather which model should they go for? Well, this article is here to help you make this choice by comparing the Nokia 6 to the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3.

In terms of design, the Nokia 6 and Nokia 5 have the same aluminum unibody build, but the Nokia 3 comes in with a polycarbonate panel on the back alongside an aluminum chassis, making it the low-end model.

Nonetheless, the trio looks great from the outside and it gets even better given that you can have either in a variety of color variants.

As for the display, the Nokia 6 leads the way, coming in with a 5.5-inch LCD display screen that has a decent 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD) resolution.

The Nokia 5 follows it closely with a 5.2-inch panel that gets an HD resolution, same as the 5-inch panel used on the Nokia 3. The trio has a 2.5D curbed glass on top that features Corning’s Gorilla Glass technology to make them sturdy.