HMD Global, which owns the right to use the Nokia brand name on mobile handsets, is betting on its wide range of smartphones across price points and the pure Android experience to boost its sales in India. Now we know what you're thinking, and no this is not just an upgraded version of the Nokia X6 that ran on Symbian and was launched nearly a decade ago.
As per a post on Chinese microblogging site Weibo, the Nokia X6 will sport a 5.8-inch full-HD+ (1080x2280 pixels) display with 19:9 aspect ratio. Most likely it will, considering the Nokia X6 will come with an affordable price tag and compete with the similar price segment phones from other popular smartphone brands like - Xiaomi, Motorola, Samsung and the rest. There is also a notch design on the top of the screen. The bezels on both sides are nearly non-existent but the bottom chin slightly thicker with the Nokia logo on it.
The other standout feature of the Nokia 7 Plus as far as design goes is the copper accents around the frame and the camera module. The higher model of the X6 may include MediaTek Helio P60 SoC and 6 GB of RAM.
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Both the Nokia X6 models will vary in terms of RAM and storage capacity.
A third, the Nokia 6 smartphone, running on Android OS, will be available for Sh29,000.
As with all of HMD's devices released in 2018, it will be an Android One device and will thus run a stock version of Google's Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. It comes with a 5.5-inch FHD IPS display which conceals a Snapdragon 630 octa-core processor, plus the standard duo of 3GB RAM + 32GB internal storage or 4GB + 64GB onboard storage. I think this is a phone many, including I, would consider over more expensive devices.