Like we reported a few hours ago, the Nokia X6 smartphone will be unveiled in about three days from now, as a continuation of the X-series of Nokia phones and a refresh of the Symbian-powered Nokia X6 that was first announced back in 2009.
We expected the device to be shrouded in secrecy considering the very short time between the first leak and the release date, but now, a render of the device has just surfaced on the web for you to drool over.
Reported by Digitech, the Nokia X6 rear design seen in the render is quite reminiscent of the Nokia 7 plus with its copper accents and dual rear camera placement. While the Nokia 7 plus has its LED flash by the side of the dual camera setup, the Nokia X6 LED flash as seen below sits in between the camera setup and the fingerprint scanner.
And while we expect HMD Global to try the notch design with a more premium device, the company is opting for the trendy notched and bezel-free design as already adopted by other copycats phones. The bezels on both sides are almost non-existent, but there exists a bit of it on the chin where we now have the Nokia logo. This isn’t an official render, so we advise you take it with the proverbial pinch of salt.
As for the expected specs sheet, the Nokia X6 is expected to pack a 5.8-inch bezel-free display with 19:9 aspect ratio, and will come in two variants – depending on the chipset. A variant is supposed come with a Meditek P60 coupled with 4GB RAM, while the second could be powered by the SD 636 with 6GB RAM.
The device will run Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box and will come with 1599 yuan and 1799 yuan/ $250/€210 price tags. We’ll know all the details straight from the horse’s mouth in about 2 days.