HMD Global has a Nokia X launch event scheduled for April 27th, according to a digital signpost sighted in China a coupled of days back. And while many believed the Nokia X could be a reimagined version of the Nokia X that was first launched in 2014, others opined that it could be the flagship ‘Nokia 10’, with the X standing for the numeral. However, the latest scoop from China suggests the device might be a mid-range and not a flagship one.
If sources are to be believed, two variants of a Nokia branded device have just been certified in China. The two device with model numbers TA-1099 and TA-1109 have just been approved by China’s 3C, and reports have it that, these are variants of the Nokia X that is tipped to be unveiled in China in few days time.
While 3C doesn’t reveal much about the specs of the phone, the certification page reveals that both devices might be mid-range devices, as they are both listed with a 5V/2A (10W) charger. The 5V/2A (10W) charger is standard for entry- mid-range devices that do not really depend on fast charging, so it is safe to assume that the Nokia X coming on 27th April could be the reimagined version of Nokia X from 2014, and not the flagship Nokia X/Nokia 10.
We have no idea of what the Nokia X will bring to the table in terms of designs and internals, probably due to the lack of hype, so we might have to hold our breath till April 27th.