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Video: Nokia 6 hands on and quick camera test vs One Plus 3T

| January 11, 2017 | 3 Replies

This channel appears to reupload videos and then some how ‘reviews’ them from a few seconds worth of someone else’s content (PConline is the original).  But it is the first hands on video I’ve seen of the Nokia 6 plus there’s some supposed comparison shots against the One Plus 3T. It’s difficult to judge since this is a video and reuploaded at that.

I think they’re trying to explain their findings of the video.

If that is something the Nokia 6 produces then it appears happily usable (which is more than can be said of my X2. I feel like I’ve gone to 7250 days).

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I really have no idea what to make of this ‘review’. It’s annoying enough to pass of a quick hands on as a review but to use someone else’s after a few seconds of demo and then call it a review. Also it’s really difficult to understand what’s being said due to the difficulty in translation. Speaking another language is no mean feat so kudos for attempting.

 

Seems responsive. The aim is to stay that way after half a year (neither of my Samsung Android handsets have ever not become the lagmaster of death. I’m 2-3 months in with the midranger X2 and let me tell you it is way more responsive and reliable than my S6 edge plus. Is this a Samsung thing or should I expect the same after longer use?)

 

Source: PConline via CLG

Cheers Pablo for the tip!

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  • All i know about the UI, it’s only on China, right? I mean, all the smartphone in Chine must use that UI for similarity?
    So, can we expect harmattan UI to appear on upcoming global smartphone?

    • Jukka-Pekka Sokero

      I highly doubt that HMD will have their own skin. The standard Android UI isvthe wayt to go for them most probably. Easier to updgrade & maintain and does not reserve resources (what HMD does not even have). Having a look at linkedin HMD page and resources, there are really minimum amount or engineers and designers. It is mainly commercial organisation.

    • God of chaos

      I think that a Harmattan UI would be too much to expect. The Nokia 6 already has a UI that is surprisingly close to stock android, considering that the Chinese market has a strong preference for android skins that look like ios. I have a feeling that we’ll see the same android skin on the global versions of nokia phones, maybe some different icons and an app drawer, but nothing more radical.