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The iPhone X-inspired Nokia X6 is almost unbelievably affordable for what it brings to the table... in China, including a 5.8-inch FHD+ screen, up to 6GB RAM, and a Snapdragon 636 SoC.
Technically, the reloaded Nokia X6 is set to officially borrow the iPhone X notch and pair it with an ultra-low price and solid mid-range specs tomorrow. But we already have the full story.
Shorter, narrower and lighter than both the 5.5-inch second-gen Nokia 6 and 6-inch 7 Plus, the 5.8-inch Nokia X is set to pack up to 6GB RAM and a 3000mAh battery, according to Tenaa paperwork.
It appears an iPhone X-inspired Nokia X, not X6, is coming soon to China after all, with a low to mid-end new Nokia 5 also confirmed on Twitter by HMD's Juho Sarvikas.
That rumored Nokia X may actually be a Nokia X6 coming to China on April 27 with a 5.8-inch 19:9 display in tow, up to 6GB RAM, and a mid-range processor.
We have absolutely no idea what HMD Global has planned for April 27, but it apparently involves the long-forgotten Nokia X name.
A history of smartphones, a lively weekend debate, and fun things to do with two of the latest and greatest smartphones. This is your week 31 recap.
Learn more about the recent software update that's now reaching the Nokia X, Nokia X+, and Nokia XL smartphone lineup, even after Microsoft killed them.
Microsoft and Nokia X have a pretty clear relationship. Microsoft is killing it. But should it? There are two sides to every coin, so let's flip this coin.
Nokia almost had a real Android-powered phone, or could have without much hassle. Is Microsoft killing Android powered Nokias permanently?
Nokia Android phones were once only a dream. Read why we now think it's not too crazy to think we'll see a true high-end Android phone from Nokia.
Nokia's Android smartphone effort could already be getting a reboot, as we are now seeing a possible Nokia X2 benchmarked with specs similar to the Moto E.
The Nokia X hasn’t necessarily taken the world by storm, but then again, Nokia wasn’t really planning on it. The company was planning on making this a new strategy to reach emerging markets with a non-compromise experience, and it has reached that to a certain level. It’s hard to tell if Nokia is doing enough to sell the phone the way it should, but at least we notice that the company does want to fix some of the major issues many hate about it.
One of the biggest complaints about the current Nokia X is its home button. According to many users, the user [...]
The Nokia X is an Android that doesn't look like it is. Here's how to Root the Nokia X and make it look like a real Android.
Which buds to buy for hifi mobile sound, what settings to use for your mobile camera, and smartphone chat from low-end to high with Myriam Joire (tnkgrl)!
The dual-SIM Nokia X is one of Nokia's only Android-powered smartphones. Find out how you can win one in Pocketnow's smartphone giveaway 2014!
The OnePlus "flagship killer" says we should NEVER SETTLE; the Galaxy S5 faces off with the Lumia Icon; and the Google is everywhere on this week's podcast!
We peel the wraps off Nokia's new dual-SIM Android phone ... and give you an early hint how to take it home after we're done. Watch our Nokia X unboxing!
From the Galaxy S 5 to the Gear Fit to the Oppo Find 7a to the Nokia X, the reviews are racing for us, & we're podcasting about them all. Brace yourselves.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about AT&T’s continuos teasing of the Asus PadFone X, even though we still don’t have pricing or dates for a launch. Nokia follows the news as we go through a hilarious ad the company has published, which shows just how many apps you can find on the Nokia X. We then talk about the HTC One (M8) mini, which also seems to be in the works according to carriers. Google is next as we go through the progress of Android 4.4.3, and also some possible new requirements for phones to say “Powered by Android” according to [...]
Worried that the Nokia X doesn't have the apps you need? Nokia's trying to convince shoppers otherwise with its new Nokia Store apps promo.
Awwwkward. Ever have one of those times when you’ve had to make up for someone else’s mistakes? Maybe they blurted out something that you hadn’t intended to make known to the general public and now you have to change your whole disposition. Maybe your little sister accidentally blurted out your impending wedding plans to your future in-laws, the Capulets. Similarly, at MWC Nokia introduced us to the Nokia X Microsoft is now saddled with.
It’s embarrassing and now you have to explain things earlier than planned and where are you going to get a bottle of poison at this time of [...]
Even though the Nokia X keeps some of the design language from Windows Phone, its similarities are actually not that many. As a matter of fact, once you hop into the settings, you can clearly see that this is stock Android with different buttons and a different font, but Android in every other way. Nokia executives are famous for constantly repeating “beautiful live tiles” every time the company announces a new Lumia, but it seems the company doesn’t want the Windows Phone modern UI to reach the Nokia X.
Nokia’s own style guide for developers [...]