Nokia 6.1 Plus (Nokia X6) Review – After 4 months – Android 9.0



The review of the Nokia 6.1 Plus (X6) after 4 months.
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In this video I take a look at the Nokia 6.1 Plus (Nokia X6) after using it for about 4 months. Now that the phone runs Android Pie it performs much better than before and it’s worth buying.

Throughout this video you can see everything from the gaming performance to the benchmark results and much more.

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31 Replies to “Nokia 6.1 Plus (Nokia X6) Review – After 4 months – Android 9.0”

  1. Oral Surgeon

    battery life is very good on this phone…..lasts 12hrs….. Normal usage….i guess nokia has got some confusion….. actually nokia 6.1 plus has got 4000+ mAh battery…..they are wrongly saying that it has 3000…..

    on top of this box does include fast charger…..my phone gets 65% charged in just less than 40mins…….some people say it does not have a fast charger…dont go with rumours….

  2. RAJIV TEWARI

    My nokia 6.1 plus' charging port stopped working in 2 months with no fruitful response from either nokia or hmd global. I am highly disappointed with nokia and recommend people to look into other brands and not just blindly buy these phones because of nokia's legacy.

  3. Kadafee

    it's funny lot of comments here mentioned that there is a problem with the USB Type C port after using for 3-4 months. I've been using my Nokia 6.1 Plus for more than 5 months but there's no such an issue. My Nokia 6.1 Plus is running android 9 right now with the current security patch February 1, 2019. I have no any issue with this smartphone (before & after the update). The only thing I don't like after the update to android 9 is the google search bar on the home screen that cannot be removed anymore. I just love a clean-looking home screen. But in term of performance and battery life, I have no issue at all. I can say it's a great mid-range smartphone for the price. I enjoy using my Nokia 6.1 Plus everyday. 🙂

  4. kenny w

    Good phone, BUT the usb C charge port WILL fail. Check out the Nokia forums there are plenty of disgruntled customers. Nokia has suggested it's a manufacturing fault of the phone. I've had this for 9 months and the USB C charge failed within 6 months.

  5. Mohan George

    Please let me know if there is any improvement in video stabilization after Pie update. I have heard that the back glass panel of the phone gets scratched easily.Is that correct sir. Let me also know weather the front and back glass panels are strong enough to survive accidental falls/drops

  6. Abdul Hannan

    Do not buy these phones, they have software issues. Mine got stuck in download mode after 3 months of use and had to be taken to the customer care center. If you google this, you can find many ppl with the same issue over different models.

  7. Henrique M

    My wife's x6 last throughout the day, and yes she plays , listens to Spotify and sends lots of WhatsApp and other social network. It's a one day battery life phone , I mean, it's a 3060mah battery, what where you expecting? A Samsung S9 Will give you the same endurance …

    Great phone for the price

  8. Georgi Tsonev

    The audio quality from recording video at loud environments (e.g. concerts) is unbearable. It's worse than Lg G2 or Samsung S4 from back in the day. I am not expecting studio quality, but as soon as the mic encounters bass, it gets over saturated and all it produces is distorted cracking and all other sound frequencies are muffled. It's literally horrific. That's the only disadvantage I've had so far

  9. Doomguy

    I don't do gaming at all, so the battery should be fine I would think? It looks like a really solid phone for the prices its going for now. No NFC is a shame since the standard 6.1 has it, though I've honestly never used the feature with my old S4 so I probably wouldn't miss it.

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