“Marketing posters of the upcoming Nokia X have surfaced on the Internet, seemingly confirming the launch date”
HMD Global-owned Nokia launched its New Nokia 6 (first impressions), Nokia 7 plus (first impressions) and the flagship Nokia 8 Sirocco (first impressions) in India earlier this month. Apart from Android smartphones, the brand has also revived classics like Nokia 8110 4G (first impressions) and Nokia 3310 (review). Lately, there have been talks about Nokia bringing back its ‘X series’ as well. Now, some live images have appeared on the Internet and showcase the posters of the upcoming Nokia X and the handset’s launch date.
According to the leaked images, the brand seems all set to launch the Nokia X on April 27th. In the images, we can see two smartphones placed against each other to form an ‘X’, and Nokia X below it. The smartphones in the images only reveal their side profile, but we can see that the Nokia X is expected to be an all-metal device with a curved display as well as a curved rear panel. Apart from this, nothing else is revealed by the brand in the alleged teaser image. It is being speculated that the Nokia X will either be a flagship or a mid-range smartphone. Either way, it will either replace the Nokia 8 Sirocco as the flagship or sit somewhere between Nokia 7 Plus and the flagship handset.
To recap on the Nokia 8 Sirocco, the smartphone comes with a 5.5-inch pOLED display with 2K resolution. The handset is powered by a 2.36GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Aiding the processor is 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Further, in the optics department, the smartphone features a dual-camera module on the rear panel in 12MP + 13MP setup. For selfies and video calling, the smartphone offers a 5MP camera on the front. There is a 3,260mAh battery under the rear panel, which comes with support for Qi wireless charging and fast charging as well.
As for the Nokia X, nothing is currently known about the pricing and availability. We will bring you more details on April 27th, if the brand actually launches the smartphone.