New Nokia X6 model spotted online; possible global variant

New Nokia X6 launched in China

New Nokia X6 launched in China

As promised the Nokia 7 Plus in India has received a new updated which brings VoLte fix and much more to the smartphone. Nokia has released a new software for the Nokia 7 Plus and the Nokia 6 (2018), which enables dual VoLte on both the SIM slots. With a software update, Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is also tipped to receive this feature in the future.

With a curved edge-to-edge display this new smartphone is attempting to steal some sales from Samsung and its brilliant Galaxy S8 and S9.

Further information is available on Nokia's website here. With the latest update, the smartphone will be updated to the Android 8.1 Oreo.

Packed with Snapdragon 636, Nokia X6 is available in three variants depending on the RAM capacity - 6GB, 4GB and 3GB.

Nokia fans have been clamouring for the global launch of the flagship smartphone since its launch in China because of its stellar specs and budget pricing. We can expect this specific feature to arrive in the next update, however, no comments have been made regarding it by the brand yet.

Nokia X6

The update was first spotted by TelecomTalk and reveals that the update has been rolled out to Nokia 7 Plus with model number TA-1046 and Nokia 6 (2018) with model number TA-1089. The front camera is of 16MP, which guarantees some great selfies. The Bothie feature that is already available on Nokia 8 and Nokia 7 smartphones. The manufacturers aim to keep the heritage while maintaining some of the core of the brand but make it relevant to millennials.

The Google Home Mini usually costs £49 so it's a pretty good deal.

Pre-orders on and include 6 months' free insurance. HMD designs and markets a range of smartphones and feature phones targeted at a range of consumers and price points.

Instead, HMD Global - who are behind the re-launch of Nokia phones - has decided to place last year's Snapdragon 835 chip inside.

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