HMD Global has a launch on April 27 for a new phone called the Nokia X. Based on the current naming scheme, there are rumors that the Nokia X is actually the Nokia 10 and therefore will be a flagship device. Probably, even the most powerful device from HMD Global. New reports show that this may not be true.
Two new devices with model numbers TA-1099 and TA-1109 have been certified by the Chinese Communications Commission (3C). Unlike TENAA, 3C doesn’t reveal much about the specs of the phone but it does list the type of charger that will come with the device.
For both Nokia phones, they come with a 5V/2A (10W) charger. This is the basic charger that ships with most entry-level and mid-range devices that do not support fast charging. One of both phones is likely to be the Nokia X and for it to have a 10W charger, it is proof that it is not a flagship phone.
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There has also been no hype surrounding the device. Other than the photos we saw two weeks ago, there have been no new teasers. So, it appears this device will be a mid-range or entry-level phone and not a flagship.