Shortly after that, a new variant of the device was spotted, triggering speculations that it's the global model.
If the rumors are true, it would be a bit of a bummer as the Nokia X6 is actually a pretty sleek-looking handset with a full screen display, similar to what we've seen other handset makers introduce to their high-end flagship phones. Considering India and Pakistan as important and oldest markets for Nokia devices, it is highly likely that Nokia X6 debuts here. There is already a market for Nokia phones there so with a few tweaks on the specs and requirement, the Nokia X6 should be readily approved for release.
The first Nokia with a notch is now official.
Getting a lot of traffic on this so let's ask around.
The Nokia X6 has a 5.8 inch TFT display with a 2280 x 1080 px resolution. There is also a notch on the display, which is the reason why the smartphone has a taller aspect ratio.
The Nokia X6price starts at CNY 1,299 (approximately Rs. 13,800) for the 4GB RAM/ 32GB storage variant, while its 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage variant is priced at CNY 1,499 (approximately Rs. 16,000) and the 6GB RAM/ 64GB storage variant at CNY 1,699 (approximately Rs. 18,100). The onboard storage will be expandable via microSD card. We are still a couple of years away from budget smartphones adopting the USB C port altogether but, this is a great step by HMD Global.
The imaging aspects include a 16MP rear camera and a front-facing 8MP selfie camera with the Bothie feature that will click snaps via both the front and rear cameras and stitch them together.
The rear side features dual camera comprising 12MP primary and 13MP secondary Zeiss camera sensors with f/1.75 and f/2.6 apertures respectively. The dual-camera setup will be able to take portrait shots, a feature that has become very popular recently. Apart from a fingerprint sensor, the phone also supports face recognition. So, may be that is the running theme for Nokia X5 and X7 too.
Google Chrome's green "Secure" URL label will soon disappear
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PhRMA opposed to parts of Trump's drug pricing plan
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Kilauea Opens New Fissure, Spews More Lava And Toxic Gas
A new fissure opened up Thursday evening, adding to a new hazard for residents of Hawaii's Big Island, officials said. The volcanic eruption is harming his livelihood, he said, as he owns a music retreat and cultural center on his land.