Nokia X6 Will See a Global Launch and It Is All Thanks to Your Votes – Specs Variant Not Confirmed


After a voting session, the majority won by a landslide, and that only means the Nokia X6 is going to be seeing a global launch. If it enters the U.S., it could certainly give a lot of other devices a run for their money. Flagships are definitely not going to be competing with it, but mid-range handset manufacturers might get a little nervous.

92 Percent of Voters Want the Nokia X6 to See a Global Launch

Juho Sarvikas, the CPO or Chief Product Officer at HMD Global took a voting session to Twitter and after seeing a comprehensive win of the vote that wanted to see global unveiling, it looks like executive will have to listen to what customers want.

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The affordability of the phone is unmatched but the pricing details that you are able to read about are going to be very different from what the Nokia X6 will cost if it officially lands in the U.S. The 4GB RAM/32GB storage model will retail for $204, while the 4GB RAM/64GB storage version will retail for $236, and the 6GB RAM/64GB storage variant will go for $266.

Looking at these specs and pricing ratios, it is honestly difficult to form a poor judgment about the handset. The Nokia X6 sports a 5.8-inch display with a resolution of 2,280 × 1,080. There are three RAM variants of the phone, with all of them being fueled by a Snapdragon 636.

Although the phone runs Android 8.1 Oreo, it will be upgraded to Android P once Google’s upcoming OS is launched. The phone will also come with a 3,060 mAh battery and it supports Quick Charge 3.0. This means that the phone can be charged to 50 percent in just 30 minutes.

If it starts getting sold in the U.S., it will probably cost more than the Nokia 6.1 that is already being sold through online retail partners. The Nokia 6.1 is a member of the Android One clan and features a Snapdragon 630 and other internals. The Nokia X6 is certainly more powerful than the Nokia 6.1 and if it enters the U.S., it will give other customers tremendous value for their money.

News Source: Twitter (Juho Sarvikas)