HMD Global has finally unveiled its first Nokia-branded smartphone, the Nokia 6. Prior the big reveal, the rumor mill churned a lot of speculations on how this handset would look like. From the looks of it, the Nokia 6 could hold a candle next to some of the phones from major companies.

The first look video of the Nokia 6 has been leaked online. Based on the clip, the new Nokia handset flaunts a stylish aluminum build and an engraved “Nokia” label at the back. Its front design resembles the typical configuration of chocolate bar smartphones on the market.

The Nokia 6 has a physical home button below its display and on either side of the home button are capacitive buttons for back and shortcuts. It has a USB port at the bottom with two speakers coupled on its right side. On the port's left is the microphone.

The video also showcases how great of a camera phone the Nokia 6 is. At one point, it shows how the home button-embedded fingerprint scanner works when making mobile payments. There is also a scene to point out the rich colors of the display and the Dolby Atmos technology that complement the speakers.

In introducing the Nokia 6, HMD Global wrote on its official website that the handset’s design embraces the hallmarks of the Finnish company’s phone “quality, superior craftsmanship and relentless focus on the consumers experience.”

Last year, Nokia announced that it was teaming up with HMD Global for its comeback in the smartphone game. The Nokia 6 is one of the products of that team-up. Initially, reports circulated that the handset would be called as the Nokia D1. However, we now have the official name of the device.

Android and Me reports the Nokia 6 comes with a decent Snapdragon 430 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB internal storage and a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display that’s being protected by 2.5D Gorilla Glass. The unit also features a 16-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing shooter.

HMD has proudly said that this new smartphone comes with dual amplifiers that offer 6dB louder sound. Also, they make the sound of the device richer, deeper and with unrivaled clarity. Android Police has also pointed out that though this phone was developed by Microsoft, it is running on Android Nougat and is even branded as “the first Nokia smartphone powered by Android.”

“The Nokia 6 is a result of listening to our consumers who desire a beautifully crafted handset with exceptional durability, entertainment and display features,” HMD Global CEO Arto Nummela said. “Our ambition is to deliver a premium product, which meets consumer needs at every price point, in every market.”

The Nokia 6 is going to be sold in China through JD.com. It is valued at 1699 CNY or $246 USD. HMD stated that the device will exclusively launch in the giant Asian country in early 2017. There was no mention if the handset will even reach the U.S. shores.