Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S8 Vs Nokia 6

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Nokia returns after the gap of three long years with its first Android phone Nokia 6. HMD Global now owns the Nokia, and it outsources its manufacturing from the consumer electronics Chinese company FIH Mobile. On the other hand, Samsung is going to debut with Galaxy S8 after the disaster of Galaxy Note 7. 2016 was a great year for Samsung until the Galaxy Note 7 batteries starting to explode due to overheating. Later, Samsung recalled all the Galaxy Note 7 phones, but the problem was not ended. Subsequently, Samsung had to terminate Galaxy Note 7. Now, it will be interesting to see how the former tech giant Nokia and current tech giant Samsung have them in their stores. So, we will draw a comparison of Galaxy S8 vs Nokia 6.

Comparison: Galaxy S8 Vs Nokia 6

Galaxy S8 Vs Nokia 6

Last month Nokia 6 was launched via a flash sale in China, and the entire inventory sold out in just 60 seconds. Over one million registrations were received, and only 10,000 units of Nokia smartphone were on the sale as reported. You do not need to be a mathematician to figure out how 10,000 units were sold in a minute.  So without wasting any time, let’s start the comparison.

Release Date: Galaxy S8 Vs Nokia 6

The HMD Global will hold a pre-MWC event on 26th of February 2017, and they will unveil the international variant of Nokia 6 alongside other smartphones such as Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and reports also suggesting about everyone’s favorite Nokia 3310 relaunch.

If we talk about Samsung Galaxy S8 release date, then Samsung will show a one-minute video during the MWC – Mobile World Congress event but it will be launch on 29th of March 2017, and the release date is 21st of April 2017.

Previously, Samsung Galaxy S8 was scheduled to be released on 26th of February 2017 at Barcelona Spain, a day before MWC show but due to some ambiguous reasons, Samsung delayed the release date. Now the launching event will take place in New York, US.

Related Story: Samsung MWC 2017: What To Expect From South Korean Tech Giant?

Price: Galaxy S8 Vs Nokia 6

If we talk about the Nokia 6 price, then we can say it confidently that it will cost you $245 as it is already sold in China, but when it comes to Galaxy S8, we depend on rumors.

There will be two variants of Samsung Galaxy S8. One will be basic Galaxy S8 and the second will be premium Galaxy S8 Plus.

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ModelStoragePrice
Nokia 664 GB$245
Samsung Galaxy S864 GB$850
Samsung Galaxy S8128 GB$950
Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus64 GB$950
Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus128 GB$1050

You can see the significant difference between both smartphone prices. Now it is all up to the customers to see whether Samsung specs and features worth this much price or not.

Specs And Features: Galaxy S8 Vs Nokia 6

Specs And FeaturesGalaxy S8Nokia 6
Type16 M colors, Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen16 M colors, IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
Size5.8 inches5.5 inches
Resolution1440 x 2960 pixels1080 x 1920 pixels
ProtectionCorning Gorilla Glass 5Corning Gorilla Glass 3
MultitouchYesYes
Operating SystemAndroid 7.0Android 7.0
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 835Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
GPUAdreno 540Adreno 505
Storage64 GB and 128 GB64 GB
Micro SD cardYes, support up to 256 GBYes, support up to 256 GB
RAM4 GB4 GB
Back CameraSingle Lens 12 MPSingle Lens 16 MP
Front Camera8 MP8 MP
Headphone JackYesYes
SpeakersStereoStereo
SensorsRear fingerprint scanner, iris scanner, accelerometer, proximity, barometer, gyro, compass, SpO2, and heart rate.front mounted fingerprint scanner, accelerometer, proximity, gyro, and compass.
BatteryNon-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh batteryNon-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery
ColorsBlack, Gold, Silver, Pink Gold, and WhiteBlack
Prominent FeaturesSamsung desktop experience support and fast battery charging, water resistant IP68Fast battery charging

Conclusion

The Nokia is returning after a long time and coming with these top notch features and specifications is incredible. However, Samsung is debuting after Galaxy Note 7 fiasco and pressure is on them too. However, we must say that Samsung has an edge slightly over Nokia.

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