Nokia X is launching on May 16 and it will be arriving as the first smartphone from HMD Global to feature a notched display. The Finnish firm had recently showcased the Nokia X phone through a 4-day event that ended on May 2 in Beijing, China. However, the company is yet to confirm on its specification and pricing. Several photos of the Nokia X phone had surfaced through the recently held event in China. A hands-on video of the Nokia X that was shot at the event are also available on YouTube.
The hands-on videos do not reveal anything on the specifications of the phone. However, they do confirm the May 16 launch date and Nokia X moniker. The screen of the phone features a small-sized notch like other notch enabled Android phones that have launched so far. The side bezels are slim, and the slightly thick bottom bezel features the Nokia logo.
The rear side of the Nokia X seems to be made out of the glass. The vertical dual camera setup featuring ZEISS optics and LED flash is placed at the center of the top half of the Nokia X. Below the camera module is the fingerprint scanner.
Rumors have revealed that the Nokia X will be arriving with a 5.8-inch display that offers an aspect ratio of 19:9. The base model that is expected to be priced at 1,599 Yuan (~$251) may include HelioP60 chipset and 4 GB of RAM. The higher variant that is rumored to feature Snapdragon 636 SoC and 6 GB of RAM may arrive in China with a price tag of 1,799 Yuan (~$283).
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