Nokia to launch second notched handset Nokia X5 on July 11. We all know that Nokia has achieved a great feedback from the Nokia fans on the launch of their first ever notched handset named “Nokia X6” which is currently available just in China. After such positive response, the Finnish company is likely to bring its next notched handset Nokia X5 in the other international markets too.

Nokia X5 is also known as Nokia 5.1 Plus is a mid-range phone that will be officially introduced on July 11. So, we have wait for July 11 in order to know more about this phone. According to Nokia X5 promo posters, which recently appeared in China, Nokia X5 will feature a lower resolution display as compared to the Nokia X6.

Furthermore, the upcoming Notched Handset Nokia X5 is expected to have a MediaTek chipset inside it as an alternative of a Snapdragon processor due to its cheaper price.

Talking about more specs, it will have screen size of about 5.7″. It will feature a wider notch in the display as compared to the Nokia X6. It has a moderately-sized bezel with the Nokia logo celebrated on it at the bottom of the display.

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Well, apart from these basic features, what’s Nokia X6 got for you, we have to wait for July 11 to know all further details.

Global launch of Nokia X6

On the other hand, HMD Global is going to launch Nokia X6 globally as the company has finalized the Global launch date of Nokia X6. Nokia X6 Global will launch on July 19 as Nokia 6.1 Plus. All Nokia lovers surely will love to know this news.

Features of Nokia X6

Nokia X6 will have a large 5.8-inch display with FHD+ (2280 x 1080 pixels) resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio. In addition, it will feature Corning Gorilla Glass 3. There is good news for camera enthusiasts; the phone has dual-camera setup on back featuring 16MP+5MP cameras. For front, Nokia X6 has 16-megapixel front camera.

On the other hand, its software features consist of automatic AI image enhancements, HDR photo mode, and the “Bothie” mode for using front and rear cameras at the same time.


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