HDM Global has played every card available for them for the design of the Nokia X. The smartphone has a glass sandwich design with a metallic mid-frame to offer structural rigidity.More news: One dead after knife attack on worshippers at South Africa mosque
With less than a week to go for its launch, the Nokia X finds itself listed on Chinese verification website TENAA as the Nokia TA-1099. The phone sports a 5.8-inch Full HD+ display panel with 1080 x 2280 resolution, and a screen aspect ratio of 19:9. The fact that Nokia X is expected to be a middle ground between Nokia 6 (2018) (Snapdragon 630) and Nokia 7 plus (Snapdragon 660) makes this even more plausible.
The Nokia X is listed as having 3GB/4GB/6GB of RAM with 32GB/64GB of internal storage. Talking about the back, there's a dual camera setup that sits at the top center with an LED flash module accompanying the two cameras inside the protruding camera ring.More news: Uber unveils models of its flying taxis designed for 'regular people'
The Nokia 6 (2018) runs Android 8.0 and is powered by a 3000mAh non removable battery.
Overall, the device seems like a formidable mid-range handset that comes with a design commonly attributed to flagship phones.More news: India calls for dialogue to resolve Iran nuclear accord dispute
HMD Global's flagship device Nokia 8 Sirocco went on sale nearly 10 days back. The Nokia X features a display notch like the Apple iPhone X. The notch on the Nokia X is just a lot smaller, but it's big enough to house the front-facing camera and the earpiece. Further, a report also suggests that the price of the Nokia X in China is expected to start from CNY 1,600 (roughly Rs. 16,900). It features an aluminium casing with rounded edges and a glass back similar to the Nokia 8 Sirocco. The phone will likely go on sale in China first, while an worldwide release remains uncertain. The device will be made available in four colour variants namely; white, black, blue and silver, all of which will be revealed on May 16th in China.