Nokia X6 was launched by HMD global way back.It appears, the company is near to starting a brand new version of the exact identical smartphone in global markets.
The Nokia X6 is going to be re branded as Nokia 6.1 Plus, that has been verified via a Geekbench report. A broader rollout is anticipated shortly after.
The Nokia 6.1 Plus smartphone, also supposed to be the worldwide variant of this Nokia X6 which premiered in May, will allegedly have 4GB of RAM and run Android 8.1 Oreo from this box. The latest revelation emerged days following the Nokia X6 international versions carrying model amounts TA-1083 and TA-1116 obtained a Bluetooth certificate. The handset seen on the Geekbench website is reported to launch at Hong Kong on July 19. After its first arrival, exactly the exact identical model could attain various other markets, even considering that the rumours about its worldwide presence.
As seen on the Geekbench website, that the Nokia 6.1 Plus is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 636 SoC, paired together with 4GB of RAM. The internet listing also shows the existence of Android 8.1.0 Oreo. What's more, the standard outcomes of the handset reveal its single-core rating of 1,332 along with multi-core score of all 4,903.
The information readily which can be found on the Geekbench website are equal to that with the Nokia X6 which was launched back in May. It features a double rear camera set up with a back 16-megapixel RGB sensor plus also a secondary 5-megapixel black sensor, wearing a f/2.0 aperture. There's 64GB of onboard storage that's expandable via microSD cards (around 256GB) and contains a 3060mAh batterypowered.
Before this season, it had been noted that HMD International, the licensee of the Nokia new for mobiles, is set to start the Nokia 6.1 Plus since the worldwide version of this Nokia X6 at Hong Kong on July 19. The stated trick is logical as the company introduced the Nokia 6.1 aka Nokia 6 (2018) in MWC 2018 at February. In addition, the worldwide version, unlike its counterpart, is most very likely to run stock Android 8.1 Oreo rather than a personalized interface along with Android Oreo.