Nokia X set for 27th April unveil

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When it comes to premium smartphones, the "X" naming is adopted by many because we have a stellar iPhone X smartphone which represents Premium smartphone lineup. If the latest rumors are anything to go by, the Finnish tech firm is about to launch another brand new Nokia phone this month.

We are not sure if HMD Global is planning to launch the much rumoured Nokia 10, a flagship device that is likely to compete against the likes of the Galaxy S9, or a remake of the ill-fated, low-priced Nokia X from 2014. A photo of the device showing X on the smartphone is spotted clearly large text. Now, HMD Global seems to be testing the market once again with a revamped version of Nokia X. Leaks suggest that the Nokia X will use Snapdragon and MediaTek mobile processors, depending on the phone variant. It is expected to have 64GB internal storage alongside either 4GB or 6GB of RAM.

Or it is also possible that HMD Global may re-launch the Nokia X line this time with stock Android and better specifications. After the Nokia X, the public can expect another launch later this year with the arrival of the Nokia 9.

The Nokia X used to be a family of devices under the old- Nokia which would be running on the Nokia X Platform, a heavily customized Android iteration without Google's suite of services and heavily resembling the layout of the Windows phone. So even if the device is released in China on 27 April, it probably wouldn't make its way to other countries by June-end or July.



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