Consumers who purchased the Nokia 6 are claiming that the company's logo on the back of the device peels off. The first Nokia 6 flash sale was wrapped up quite recently actually, and the company had managed to sell quite a few Nokia 6 handsets during it. Well, it seems like HMD Global made some mistakes while manufacturing the device, presuming that the recent reports are accurate, of course.
Now, the sources are reporting that the logo 'peels off', though that's not entirely accurate it seems. It's rather hard to explain what's going on with the logo, but if you take a look at the two images down below, things are going to become much clearer for you. In the first image, you'll notice that the letters N and O are now white, which means that the original black text faded away, more or less. In the second image, letters N, O, I and A have faded away, while the letter K is on the way as well. So, what is going on here? Well, even though the 'Nokia' branding seems to be engraved on the back of the device, a coat of paint that was placed on top of it seems to be going away. That's the most logical explanation that we were able to come up with while looking at the images. In any case, this is certainly not a good sign, it's not a critical fault on the device or anything of the sort, but it must be really annoying for consumers who purchased the device. Do keep in mind that Nokia still didn't react to this, and it is possible that it is happening in specific cases only.
The Nokia 6 is the company's budget smartphone. This device was introduced earlier this month by HMD Global, a company which purchased branding rights for Nokia from Microsoft. This is also HMD Global's first Nokia-branded smartphone, in case you were wondering. Nokia 6 is currently only available in China and its second flash sale will take place soon, while it is also worth mentioning that over 1.4 million people signed up for the second flash sale over at JingDong Mall (JD.com). If you'd like to know more about the Nokia 6, follow this link.