Nokia’s not going to make use of HarmonyOS

Nokia HarmonyOS

Nokia had taken upon itself to issue a response to the recent rumors that had gone on to surface in which it was claimed that the brand would start to support Huawei HarmonyOS for the sake of its upcoming smartphones. The company has now officially gone on to deny this particular claim.

In accordance with what a recent report goes on to suggest, the smartphone maker was actually rumored to be working on a brand new smartphone – the Nokia X60. However, rumors had gone on to surface that had stated that the brand would have this model support the Chinese tech giant’s proprietary operating system. However, now, the Finnish brand has denied this rumor and has stated that the company is indeed committed to offer an android experience to all its customers.

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The firm added that “our commitment to providing the best Android experience remains unwavering.” This news makes way from some media reports that had surfaced online which initially claimed that the form would end up launching its new X60 series of smartphones in the second half of this particular year. The lineup would include two new handsets – which would apparently feature with HarmonyOS from the Chinese brand. Now though, this particular rumor has clearly been subject to denial and hence we can indeed expect the upcoming smartphones to make way with the latest Android operating system.

For those of you unaware, the X60 lineup could actually be the brand’s 2021 flagship and it is expected to make way with a curved display along with a huge 6000mAh battery. The two phones are also expected to feature with 200MP primary shooter and of course other top-notch features. Unfortunately enough though, not a lot of information in this particular regard is known as of now. And so, do stay tuned for more updates.


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