Nokia 6 is the first device that HMD Global launched after purchasing Nokia from Microsoft. The specifications of the Nokia 6 might not seem very high-end, but given that it runs Stock Android, we can expect the hardware to perform at its best. The company has also promised that it will be providing updates to the device as soon as they are made available by Google. In India, the company is only selling the smartphone with 3GB of RAM along with 32GB of Internal Storage. While holding the device it felt extremely sturdy and well built, typical of the Nokia quality we’ve all grown so accustomed to.