Nokia has been courting rumors about the possible development of a new X series smartphone, and now Chinese media reports suggest that it is possibly true. According to a report by MyDrivers website, HMD is all set to announce the newest entrant in is its X series of smartphones called the Nokia X6 on April 27. Now we know what you’re thinking, and no this is not just an upgraded version of the Nokia X6 that ran on Symbian and was launched almost a decade ago. This smartphone just shares the name of the previous device, and is essentially a whole new phone with recent mid-ranged specs.
According to the report, HMD will be launching two different variants of the Nokia X6 that will feature different SoCs. The two chipsets that will be used are Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 and MediaTek P60. Besides this, one of the phones will feature a dual-camera setup with Zeiss lenses with a professional mode for photography, while there is no mention of the camera setup for the lower variant one.
The Nokia X6 is supposed to sport a 5.8-inch display with 19:9 aspect ratio and will be available with either 4GB or 6GB RAM options. The report also says that the smartphone will be priced between the Nokia 6.1 and Nokia 7 at $255 (Rs 16974 approx) for the 4GB model and $285 (Rs 18971 approx) for the 6GB model. These prices are possible for the China models and if the smartphone is launched outside, then the prices in all probability will be different.