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Nokia X mid range smartphone will be rolled out on April 27

It seems that there is a lot more to the smartphone maker HMD Global. A few months ago, the company had screened Nokia Android One smartphones in the Mobile World Congress 2018. Now a new handset is in the process of launching in Chinese market. In view of today’s market, products like Nokia 3310 (2017) from feature phones to Nokia 1 are cheap Android smartphones. At the same time, the flagship handset like Nokia 8 Sirocco is also in the market.

It is clear from the company’s strategy that Asian market like India and China are very important for them. Latest reports have revealed that the company will launch the Nokia X handset in the Chinese market on April 27. Chinese blog According to the ITHome report, the next smartphone of HMD will be launched on April 27. Actually, the ‘X’ logo is used in the company’s digital advertising. This logo is made by crossing two thin smartphones and the mention of the launch date is below. Apart from this, no information related to design and specification has been provided. It has also been claimed in the report that it will be a mid-range smartphone, not a flagship. At present, there is no information available about launching this smartphone in the global market.

Nokia X

The specification has not been disclosed. It is expected that Nokia X will have 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. It will be Qualcomm Snapdragon’s midrange processor. It is being speculated that there will be a Snapdragon 710 processor, which is also likely to be used in two new Xiaomi smartphones.

The news is that the company wants to keep the flagship feature exclusive for Nokia 9 only. According to the old report, the Nokia 9 out of the box will run on Android 8.1 Oreo. It is expected to provide Snapdragon 845 processor, 8 GB RAM and 256 GB of storage. Nokia 9’s most important feature will be set up with three rear cameras. It is likely to be 41 megapixels, with a 20 megapixel 9.7 megapixel sensor. It will also be equipped with Carl Zeiss optics.

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