HMD Global is reported to launch an X-series smartphone On April 27, 2018. While the previous rumors suggest it to be the higher-end smartphone Nokia 10, the new rumors suggest something different. Recently Nokia introduced a slew of smartphones and is now wager to launch the new Nokia X6. According to the leaked images, the Nokia X6 in Dubai gives a premium look but the internal specifications of the handset are average.
The leaked specifications and the Nokia X6 design resemble Nokia 7 Plus especially with the rear panel. It is expected to have a display notch as in iPhone X. If renders are to be true then the device might have tiny bezels around. There is a narrow chin with a traditional Nokia branding on the bottom right side. As for the camera setup, the device features vertically aligned the dual camera with a fingerprint scanner below it. There is even an LED flash placed below the camera.
The Nokia X6 in Dubai boasts a 5.8-inches display with 19:9 aspect ratio. Offering screen resolution of 2280 X 1080 pixels, the Nokia handset offers virtually border-less design. It is powered by a Snapdragon 636 processor accompanied by 6GB RAM. There is even another variant with MediaTek processor coupled with 4GB RAM. Probably, the Nokia X6 will run on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and an Android one certification.
On the camera front, the device packs in dual rear Zeiss lens camera of 12MP and 13MP sensor. In addition, the Nokia handset is equipped with a 3500mAh battery along with the 3.5mm headphone jack. While the official Nokia X6 launch is not known so far. We can’t assume the alleged handset to have a facial recognition. There is no word about the availability and price of the Nokia X6. We will keep you updated about the Nokia X6 details after its official launch.
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