Nokia, who broke all the rumors of their upcoming device Nokia X by revealing the images of the device a couple days back once again surfed on the web with its specs lists and is also set to unveil it on 16th of May, in China which will debut with a notch and an 19:9 aspect ratio display for the first time ever in a Nokia phone.
Take a look at the TENAA listing:
Although it’s worth to note that the specs of the device were technically confirmed & certified by TENAA in China. Now according to TENAA, the device was listed with a model ID TA-1099 and it will have the following list of key specifications. Also the device is just like the earlier leaks and hands on images that we saw earlier this month.
First of the device will have an octa-core CPU, clocked at 1.8 GHz, moreover, TENAA listing didn’t apparently mention which specific chipset will be placed in this device, however, seeing the clock speed of the device, it is found to be matched with Snapdragon 636 chipset. Which also means that it’ll expectedly lay between its two previous predecessor which is Nokia 6 and Nokia 7 that makes it more plausible. Nokia X will be available in two variants depending upon the storage configuration, among which one will be 32 GB and the other will be 64 GB onboard storage along with 3/4/6 GB RAM options.
As its already aforementioned that the device will have a 5.8 inch, in diagonal 19:9 aspect ratio display with a resolution of 2280×1080 pixels, which will stand at 147.2x71x8 mm. The device will also have a dual camera setup at the rear face, among which one will have a 16-megapixel resolution, however, there is no information about the secondary lens, moreover, the front camera will also have a 16-megapixel camera. The device is also expected to be powered by a 3,000 mAh battery and will also be based on android 8.0 oreo out of the box, which will also provide a custom stock experience.
The device will be available in Blue, Black, and Silver colors options and is also expected to be priced around $250/€200 and will go on sale from online retailer Suning in China.