The wait until the presentation ofIt is already close to its end, but that does not mean that the leaks…
The wait until the presentation ofIt is already close to its end, but that does not mean that the leaks will give the Finnish firm a truce. Next May 16 we have an appointment with HMD Global to meet the Nokia X or Nokia X6, and every day that passesabout which it is called to be the company’s new flagship in the mid-range segment.
Today, to put an end to any possible surprise – although with Nokia you never know – the new Finnish terminal has, revealing both its design and specifications that will give life to Nokia’s first smartphone with a notch on its screen.
Thanks to the report published by the Chinese certification office, we know that the next Nokia terminal has a eight-core processor at 1.8 GHz , which coincides with, one of the last platforms presented by the North American firm, and that Nokia has not yet included in any of its terminals. Next to the processor, we will find 3, 4 or 6 GB of RAM, 32 or 64 GB storage and 3,000 mAH capacity battery.
On the other hand, the screen of the device has a diagonal of 5.8 inches and Full HD resolution + -2.280 x 1080 pixels- , which results in a ratio of aspect of 19: 9. Beyond being the first terminal of Nokia to have a notch in its upper part, designed to house the loudspeaker, the camera and the different sensors, it is also the first of the firm to do away almost completely with the margins surrounding the panel.
The photo section of the Nokia X will consist of a dual rear system, which combines a 16 megapixel main sensor with a secondary one whose resolution has not transcended. The front part is led by a single sensor – located in the “notch” -, also 16 megapixels.
Beyond all the above, we know that the smartphone has some exact dimensions of 147.2 x 71 x 8 mm , and that will be available in blue, black and silver colors. At the moment this is all that is known about the Nokia X, which will be presented in China next May 16, to later make the leap to the other regions in which the Finnish operates officially.