iPhone X identical Nokia X to be launched on May 16

The craze for the iPhone X not dying down among the Apple lovers is understandable, but mobile makers still going bonkers is a quality fascinating story. As it emerges, HMD Global delayed the launch of Nokia X6, which now may be known as Nokia X due to having a design exactly identical to Apple iPhone X.

As now expected, the company is going to launch Nokia X in two weeks time. For now, the makers of Nokia are happily posting the images of the smartphone on the internet. It is also evident from the leaks emerging that HMD global is working on relaunching Nokia N8-00.

Recently HMD Global posted two different posts on Chinese social network, Weibo suggesting that it is planning to launch Nokia X on May 16, the date very much close to the launch of OnePlus 6. This gives an impression that Nokia is trying to compete with OnePlus 6 which is again having a design similar to iPhone X. This may increase the sells data for Nokia X as it is expected to be cheaper than the OnePlus 6.

The emerging images of the Nokia 6 on the web suggest that the smartphone will have a notch similar to Apple iPhone X. Nokia X will have Edge-to-Edge display as well. Besides, Nokia has maintained a branding element by adding a small chin at the bottom of the smartphone.

So far as the specifications are concerned, Nokia X will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 or a MediaTek Helio P60 SoC and will be available in two variants 4GB and 6GB RAM, and will have two variants for storage as well. The first Nokia smartphone will have Android One supported Android Oreo 8.1 OS. So far as the camera is concerned, a dual camera with 12 megapixels Maybe there in Nokia 6.

It is also learned that the Nokia makers are thinking seriously about relaunching the Nokia N series smartphones. The images of Nokia N8 was displaying suggesting that on the same date, 13 years back, the Nokia N series was launched and be relaunched on May 2.

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