HMD International has lately unveiled the long-rumored Nokia X6 with 5.Eight-inch bezel-less show at a launch occasion in Beijing. In response to the reports, the gadget is initially solely accessible in China.
The notches are getting fashionable amongst Android-powered producers. We believed that Nokia is not going to observe that design, however it had and it appears to be like affordable. The Nokia X6 follows the pattern for much less bezel and extra display, with the 19:9 full HD+ show.
Notably, that is additionally the primary Nokia telephone to function the Snapdragon 636 chipset, which is coupled with 4GB or 6GB of RAM; the 4GB model comes with both 32GB or 64GB of inside storage, whereas the 6GB mannequin comes with 64GB. The telephone runs Android Eight.1 Oreo, and has a 3060mAh battery and USB Kind-C connectivity.
So far as cameras of the gadget are involved, the telephone affords a dual-camera setup on the rear which has a major 16MP sensor, backed up by a 5MP monochrome sensor. On the entrance, there’s a 16MP sensor, and all three weigh in with an f/ 2.zero aperture. There are additionally some software program enhancements on board akin to HDR, AI changes, and the “Bothie” mode which captures from each cameras on the identical time.
The phone has White, Black and Blue coloration variants. The gadget will value you round $200 or above relying on the variable you select.
HMD has solely made this gadget accessible in China and we might even see its international launch in any case, as reported by GSM Arena. GSM Enviornment additionally indicated a latest ballot on Twitter the place Juho Sarvikas, HMD’s Chief Product Officer requested whether or not they need to you go for a world launch or not.
As well as, Sarvikas additionally tweeted that this gadget might lastly make its solution to different necessary markets of Nokia. Contemplating India and Pakistan as necessary and oldest markets for Nokia gadgets, it’s extremely probably that Nokia X6 debuts right here.
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