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Nokia X6 pricing set to start at under $240, 4GB and 6GB variants in the works

Nokia X6 with 4GB & 6GB of RAM in the works, pricing to start at under $250
The pricing of the upcoming Nokia X6 has appeared alongside a number of specs. HMD Global is currently set to unveil its first notch-bearing device this Wednesday, May 16, which also happens to coincide with the OnePlus 6 reveal. Nevertheless, with just two days to go, the smartphone has appeared in both a Geekbench listing and a promotional poster that reveal various details.

Starting off on the specs front, the benchmark in question reveals a single core score of 1332 alongside a multi-core result of 4892. These numbers are a combination of the processor, listed as being Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 636, and the RAM count which sits at 6GB. Furthermore, Android 8.1 Oreo is pre-installed, suggesting the smartphone will also join Google’s Android One program. In addition to all of this, the promotional poster that has also leaked reveals HMD Global will be selling a variant with 4GB of RAM at a lower price too. Speaking of which, the poster claims the Nokia X6 will start at 1499 Yuan, or just under $240. However, pricing for the 6GB variant is yet to be confirmed.

Aside from this information, previous leaks have revealed the upcoming Nokia device will sport a large 5.84-inch display that will feature a 2280 x 1080 pixels resolution. Also, the 4GB of RAM variant is expected to boast 32GB of internal storage, while the 6GB device will feature 64GB of storage. Moreover, both devices are expected to support storage expansion via microSD cards. Lastly, on the camera side of things, a dual camera setup is said to adorn the rear, made up of two 16-megapixel sensors, while a third 16-megapixel camera should be positioned on the front of the device.

source: Geekbench, AndroidPure via: (translated)

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