We are not sure if HMD Global is planning to launch the much rumoured Nokia 10, a flagship device that is likely to compete against the likes of the Galaxy S9, or a remake of the ill-fated, low-priced Nokia X from 2014.
Now, it has come to light that HMD Global Oy, the sole licensee of Nokia brand is bringing the nostalgia-inducing Nokia X back.
As per an advertisement in China, the latest smartphone may be unveiled in China on April 27. As you can notice below, the ads seemingly show renders of the new phone forming an X. Unfortunately, that doesn't reveal much about the device. The company has begun putting out ads in China promoting a new handset which is coming out on April 27.
In 2014, Nokia, just before being acquired by Microsoft, launched the company's first ever Android-powered Nokia X. This makes it unlikely that the upcoming Nokia X is inspired by the old Nokia X. Perhaps HMD is taking another shot at reinventing the Nokia X - as a way to right what it got wrong in the past.
VTechgraphy notes that according to a user on Baidu (a Chinese forum) the Nokia X will apparently launch in both Snapdragon and MediaTek varieties and will be available with 64GB of storage alongside either 4GB or 6GB of RAM.
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