HMD Global has lately declared the much-buzzed Nokia X6 smart handset. This device has already been disclosed in China, and it’s exactly what’s been expected by all, as loads of images emerged prior to the launch of the handset, along with added information. The Nokia X6 in any case, is made out of glass, and metal, whilst it features a rear-facing finger-print scanner. This smart handset comes with a dual-camera setup that’s vertically aligned on the back, underneath which one will get to see an LED flash. The branding of Nokia is included both on the front and back sides of the phone, while the display of the device sports curved corners.
The Nokia X6 sports truly thin bezels, although it does posses a tiny “chin” just below the display, and also a notch right top of the display, but this notch isn’t much wide. It’s worth mentioning that that this Nokia X6 is the first X-banded smart handset ever of the company, and it comes with few AI-based camera settings. The Nokia X6 proposes scene recognition and AI portrait modes, whilst the phone sports a full HD 5.8’’ (2280×1080) display+ a display with 19:9 aspect ratios. On the other hand the Gorilla Glass 3 of Corning is added on top of the display. The phone is geared up by the 636 64-bit Snapdragon Octa-core processor that’s mid range chip by Qualcomm. The Nokia X6 comes in both 6GB and 4GB RAM variants, and the 4GB RAM handset comes in both 64GB and 32GB flavours. While the 6GB RAM model already included 64GB existing storage. Using a micro-SD card one can expand the storage on both the models. On the back it has a 16-megapixel camera with RGB sensor that’s placed on the front side.
The Nokia X6 steps ahead with Blue, Black, and Silver colour alternatives. The 32GB is priced at $204, whilst the 64GB worth around $235. The handset will become obtainable for purchase within countries by 21st may, thought it’s yet to be known whether it will get launched outside the markets of China.
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