Details of the Nokia X, HMD’s new flagship smartphone using the iconic Finnish brand, have been revealed a week before the device is due to be officially launched.
The handset has been listed with Chinese regulators, with HMD unveiling plans for a 5.8–inch display, an octa-core processor and the option of 2GB, 3GB and 4GB of RAM. Storage runs to 32GB or 64GB with plans to offer microSD expansion up to 128GB.
That all sounds distinctly mid-range, killing off hopes that the Nokia X might be a full on rival to the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and iPhone X.
The phone is, however, set to feature a notch design like Apple’s flagship. This will also match recent phones from LG and Huawei.
HMD is set to reveal the Nokia X at a special event on 16th May. There is no word yet on price or when it will go on sale here in the UK.
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