HMD Global is likely to launch Nokia X smartphone in China on April 27. The smartphone has now reportedly got the necessary 3C certification in China. The listing further strengthens the launch of the said smartphone is around the corner.
As per a report, two Nokia phones with model numbers TA-1099 and TA-1109 have passed 3C certification in China which are said to be the two variants of Nokia X. Although the 3C certification did not reveal much, the certification has revealed that the alleged Nokia X will be enabled with 5V/2A power supply which will lack fast charging. The devices come with a charger supporting 10W charging output. There is no information available on the specifications of these phones.
Nokia X is said to be a 2018 edition of the Nokia X which was launched in 2014. The older Nokia X was the first entry-level smartphone that runs on Android OS with Nokia X platform on top of it. However, the smartphone was a massive failure as it didn’t feature Google Play Store, among others making it not-so-smart-phone overall. However, little is known about the upcoming smartphone and it is not known whether HMD will launch it only for Asian market or it will be available for other markets as well.
Meanwhile, HMD Global rolled out Android Oreo 8.1 update to its Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 6 (2018) smartphones. Both the smartphones were recently launched in India with Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. The Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 6 (2018) are priced at 25,999 and 16,999 respectively.