Nokia X (2018) coming on April 27: Everything you need to know

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HMD might be planning to launch a new Nokia smartphone come April 27. The device dubbed the Nokia X, was recently seen by some moviegoers in China who noticed the digital posters for the Nokia X.

This is rather a strange thing considering the fact that the company has not touted a single thing about the Nokia X so far.

nokia x official images

Looking closely at the image, one can easily see the date mentioned at the bottom of the display which says April 27.

Furthermore, at the bottom, we can see the text saying “Share More Joy” which probably indicates that the device would be a media-centric phone.

Once again, it is pretty difficult to predict anything out of just these photos, but we can, at the very least, assume that the device will have a bezel-less display (if this poster is depicting the entire smartphone design) with a pretty negligible forehead and chin.

This, however, by no means could be the upcoming Nokia flagship, the Nokia 9 and hence, it would probably turn out to be more of an entry-level device just like the original Nokia X.

It is still unclear as to whether or not this is an actual product. That said, we are sure to get an update on the same in the coming days as April 27 is not that far.

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Coming to the upcoming Nokia 9, the device is tipped to feature the following specifications:


  • A 5.7-inch QHD+ display with a notch at the top
  • A Snapdragon 845 Chipset (The Nokia 8 Sirocco features a Snapdragon 835 unit. It, therefore, makes complete sense that the Nokia 9 will feature the latest Snapdragon)
  • A 22MP dual-lens Carl Zeiss camera
  • Up to 8GB of RAM
  • Android P out of the box
  • In-screen fingerprint scanner
  • Full metal unibody design
  • Face unlock technology

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