HMD Global will launch a new smartphone next week, a new Nokia X, which has just been certified in China by TENAA, and we can now confirm its official specifications.
The phone that will be unveiled on May 16 in China, and which we’ve seen it in an official poster of a retailer, has a 5.8-inch display with Full HD+ resolution (2280×1080), so a 19:9 aspect ratio. Unfortunately, in the picture of a product published on the TENAA site, no matter how I tried to make it brighter, I couldn’t determine is it has a notch in the screen, but its ratio is an indication that it has a notch, since most “notched” smartphones have that screen ratio. Also we have the images I mentioned above as a confirmation.
Under the hood, there is a 1.8GHz octa-core processor, which could be a Snapdragon 636, three RAM options – 3GB, 4GB and 6GB RAM – and two internal options – 32GB and 64GB. It also has a slot for up to 128GB microSD cards.
The rear camera has two sensors, but only a 16MP sensor is specified on the TENAA website. The front camera also has a 16MP sensor.
It will be delivered with Android 8.1 Oreo, it is powered by a 3,000mAh battery and as you see in the official picture below, it has a fingerprint sensor on the back, under the camera.
Unfortunately, we are still missing price information, and now that we have learned that it has several RAM and storage options, it would be hard to guess the right price.