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Nokia X6 global rollout may begin from Hong Kong on July 19

09 July 2018 4

The Nokia X6 smartphone is expected to go global on July 19th and the first region to receive it will reportedly be Hong Kong. It was already known that the Nokia X6 will have a global launch but the exact date wasn’t known. But, now according to a report coming from an insider source quoted by a major publication in Hong Kong, the device will launch on July 19th.

The report also notes that the Nokia X6 will be launched globally as Nokia 6.1 Plus. The specifications will remain the same.

The Nokia X6 has seen a great response in China and that’s how the device built an International craze as well. Back in June, Nokia’s Chief product officer, Juho Sarvikas took a poll on Twitter to know should the company bring the Nokia X6 to other markets as well. Almost every one participant voted for a yes.

The device was also seen passing the National Communications Commission (NCC) certification in Taiwan. The certified device bears the model number TA-1103 which is supposed to be the global variant of the X6.

Later, the support page for the Nokia X6 was also spotted on Nokia India’s official website and it was a fair hint of the launch of the device in the country.

Taking a quick rewind of the specifications, the Nokia X6 or the Nokia 6.1 Plus features a 5.8 inch IPS LCD with an HD+ resolution (2280x1080 pixels) and a 19:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by an Octa-core Snapdragon 636 SoC clocked at 1.8 GHz, 3060 mAH battery, a dual-rear camera setup with16MP sensor, and a 5MP sensor. There is a 16-megapixel camera for selfies as well.

Well, let’s just wait and see which other countries will receive the Nokia X6.

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Nokia X6 global rollout may begin from Hong Kong on July 19
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