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Nokia X6 Announced; Coming to China (Maybe Global Too)

| May 19, 2018 | 2 Replies

HMD Global have announced the Nokia X6, in China this week. The smartphone is the first device from the manufacturer to tackle the “all-screen” design, and comes with a top-notch and all. The X6 was launched for the Chinese market, expected to be instore later this month. It’s quite a nice design, available in Blue, Black and Silver. Equipped with a 16MP front facing camera, there’s a secondary 16MP shooter on the rear (both f/2,0 apertures), accompanied by a secondary monochrome 5MP camera (f/2.2).

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The 5.8″ FHD IPS LCD Display, which is said to encompass 95% of the face of the phone, rocks a 19:9 aspect ratio covered in Gorilla Glass 3. Underneath it all, is a Snapdragon 636 chipset, alongside a range of memory options. There’s a few variants of the X6; 4GB RAM in 32GB, or 4GB/6GB RAM in 64GB. All models will have a microSD slot for expandable storage, fingerprint sensor on the rear, and a USB-C port. Yep – the headphone jack has been dropped. Launching with Android Oreo (8.1), HMD has stated the X6 will be getting Android P when it launches later this year.


As mentioned, the Nokia X6 was announced for the China market, with a price starting at 1,299 Yuan (4GB/32GB) and up to 1,699 Yuan (6GB/64GB). Following the high level of interest, HMD Global CPO Juho Sarvikas took to Twitter to quantify the interest in expanding to other markets. To no surprise, the interest was overwhelming. Could it only be a matter of time until we see this rollout globally?

https://twitter.com/sarvikas/status/997467162246692867

 

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