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Nokia X6 global variant shows up on official site

Nokia X6 Global

The Nokia X6 got launched last month in China and has since been the subject of intense speculation with regards to its international availability. HMG Global still hasn’t officially said anything regarding this, but it seems someone working for the brand made a mistake and confirmed the global variant of the device.

They did so by posting a banner for the Nokia X6 on the company’s official website. It featured a Shop Now button and the caption “Discover a better mobile experience.” The listing quickly got the ax, but a tech blog called Nokia Latest managed to find a cached version of the site.

Nokia X6 Global Launch

It’s only a matter of time before HMD Global releases the Nokia X6 now. The brand had conducted a poll on Twitter soon after the phone got released in China, asking folks whether they were interested in the device. The results were overwhelmingly positive, so there is quite a bit of interest in the notch-heavy smartphone.

There’s a chance the Nokia X6 will be accompanied by the Nokia X5 and Nokia X7. The former is currently being linked to the Nokia 5.1 Plus, but we’re not sure it’s the same device. Not much is known about the latter at the moment, but it’ll probably be an upgrade over the Nokia 7 Plus.

Specifications of the Nokia X6:

– Display: 5.8-inch, 1080 x 2280 pixels
– OS: Android 8.1 Oreo
– CPU: octa-core Snapdragon 636
– Camera: 16MP + 5MP rear, 16MP front
– Storage: 32GB/64GB, expandable up to 256GB
– RAM: 3GB/4GB/6GB
– Battery: 3060mAh
– Size: 147.2 x 70.98 x 8.59mm
– Weight: 151g
– Connectivity: dual-SIM, USB Type-C, Wi-Fiac, 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 5.0, A-GPS, GLONASS

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We’ll let you know the moment HMD Global decides to go official with the international version of the Nokia X6. The handset will probably be similar to its Chinese counterpart in most aspects. It’s possible the company will switch to Android One for the global model.